2013/08/19

scorned deity_adventum









release: 2013
genre: raconteurial blackend death metal
country: USA


website: https://www.facebook.com/ScornedDeity?fref=ts
listen now: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rI7PtKQ__rs


review:
right from the beginning "adventum" creates a threatening atmosphere, the intro is both soothing and disturbing - a flesh crawling cradle song.
then, all of a sudden you plunge into the massive guitar walls of "hand of will", subtle female clean backing vocals and pure destruction in the male front promised a hell of a record right from the first track. everyone who is interested should also take a look on the gruesome lyrics that lie within these powerful, devastating voices.

2013/08/06

nekrodeus_putrid scent of grave perversion









release: 2013
genre: death metal
country: austria

review:
nekrodeus came up with their second release and man this one ripped the shit out of my guts. a few things have been changed since their demo record, they improved their sound but kept their outstanding characteristics alive. the intro pulls you down to this renowned grave atmosphere i described in my first review about them (demo 2013). it flows right into the  facebreaking opener track called "lords of the nekrothrone", the song was supported by a vocal feature from death mentality's patrick kubin, they definitely chose the right one to punch some extra brutality in this song.

2013/08/03

massive repulsive_sounds to possess by









release: 2013
genre: technical death metal
country: usa



website: https://www.facebook.com/MassiveRepulsive?fref=ts
listen now:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Skmhjej19ow

review:
"massive repulsive" got my attention long ago, since then i was waiting for the production to come and finally i got their material. soft piano -> incoming perdition -> destruction, thats how "sounds to possess by" lures you into the world of six devastating tracks that drew me back to the beginnings of "the faceless". yes there is a huge alikeness in their sound, song structures and compostions, but "massive repulsive" somehow create their own style of this technical, grooving, piano accompanied death metal.