Band: MARE INFINITUM
Country: Russia
Title: Alien Monolith God
Label: Solitude Productions
Year: 2015
Style: Atmospheric Doom Death Metal

Review:
After spinning this album a couple of times I have came to the conclusion that a single word can describe it: frustrating! Why? Well, simply because throughout the audition you get the constant feeling you're close to a masterpiece, it's a constant impression that these guys can come up with something to really pass the test of time and become a classic. It's an Atmospheric Doom Death Metal heavily influenced by Funeral Doom, highlighted by a solid vocal duo, a deep growling one and a clear Power Metal-like one, melodic and enchanting guitar leads, atmospheric and almost oriental at times keyboards, very influential bass lines and correct drumming but without too much to stand out with. There are some genious parts here and there and those are giving me the impressions I was saying about, but there are also some boring, repetitive and uninspired Funeral Doom-like parts that are dragging the material down. All in all I'd say this second full-length from Mare Infinitum shows a tremendous potential, hopefully next time we'll see/hear it in full.
Reviewed by Adrian
Rating: 8/10

Contact:
mareinfinitum.bandcamp.com
solitude-prod.com

Band: MIELLNIR
Country: Ukraine
Title: Incieration Astern
Label: Schwarzdorn Production
Year: 2014
Style: Folk Viking Metal

Review:
At the beginning intro is looks like a theme melody taken from escape games like Inka Games or Melting-Mindz... but it is only such an association. „Incieration Astern” is a bridge between old and new sounds taken from The East. Album includes echoes of Kroda, Dub Buk, Nokturnal Mortum – but Finntroll and Arkona too. Typical Ukrainian „vikinged” folkmetal - but I like it. This is a good extract from Slavic and Vikings metal motives, echoes and typical motives. The last track is a neofolk ballad created as blackmetal ballad. Just good job.
Reviewed by Vilcin
Rating: 7/10

Band: MORTAL STRIKE
Country: Austria
Title: For the Loud and the Aggressive
Label: Selfreleased
Year: 2014
Style: Thrash Metal

Review:
Debut album from this band founded back in 2009, For the Loud and the Aggressive brings us 10 tracks plus a cover of Tankard's Zombie Attack, a total of 47 minutes playing time. Fast and aggressive Thrash Metal highlighted by a vocalist that at first hear I thought would bore me to death, but luckily it didn't, on the contrary, it added a lot to the overall band's fury. The nervous drumming must be mentioned here, too, there are some parts where the guy playing them sounds absolutely inhuman, and of course, the fantastic traditional and highly catchy guitar work that I could describe as a proud follower of all German Thrash Metal giants, especially Kreator. This is one of those albums that if you're into Thrash Metal you won't let it out of you player for a long time, there are so many delicious riffs, drum beats, choruses and catchy hooks that you'll fell in love with it instantly. I love it's genuineness and ease of making Traditional Thrash Metal sound fresh nowadays.
Reviewed by Adrian
Rating: 9/10

Contact:
mortal-strike.com

Band: NAVIYA
Country: Russia
Title: Vodokres
Label: Yar' Productions
Year: 2014
Style: Folk Pagan Metal

Review:
Pagan metal project of members of the folk band Gromovnik, Naviya was founded back in 2004 and this is the band's second full-length album, self-released in 2009 and re-released 5 years later by Yar' Productions on both tape and CD formats. At first I have to admit I wondered why is this label re-releasing such old material instead of just focusing on "new blood", and I'm still wondering about that, but at least in this case I can almost understand, Vodokres is a very complex, interesting album that sounds more like a compilation of tracks from different periods of the band's history. 14 tracks of Russian Folk Metal ranging from energetic, powerful parts to some others full of spirituality, with influences from Black and Death Metal, too, yet avoiding to sound offensive in the end. Lots of traditional instruments, acoustic guitars, keyboard backgrounds, a wide an entertaining album recommended to all followers of underground Folk Metal; beware, this has nothing to do with Korpiklaani, Ensiferum, Finntroll and the likes kind of Folk Metal, it's rougher, an of course, portraying a totally different culture.
Reviewed by Adrian
Rating: 7.5/10

Contact:
gromovnik-navja.narod.ru
yar-productions.com

Band: NEPTRECUS
Country: France
Title: Frères de Sang
Label: Mortis Humanae Productions
Year: 2015
Style: Black Metal

Review:
I remember reviewing (and enjoying) this band's debut album 2 years ago released back then on a very promising young French label, Ancestrale, that may have been lost in the meantime. Now Neptrecus decided to go for Mortis Humanae, another very promising French label which hopefully will last much more. We're offered here 9 new tracks in a bit over 50 minutes of epic, warlike, expressive traditional (second wave of) Black Metal built on an excellent guitar work, intelligent but unfortunately very synthetic sounding drums, barely audible bass lines, ferocious and razor-sharp but still comprehensive Black Metal shrieks, and a raw, unpretentious sound quality. The multiple layers of melodic at times, or simply brutal at other, guitars are definitely the focal point of this album, of this band better said, the two guitarists are working well together and deliver a second wave of Black Metal type of melodic, mid tempo to fast paced, very catchy riffs, leads and solos that, the last because of the sound are barely distinguishable. Neptrecus are a band that should deserve a better studio, I sure their music would be much more welcome by Black Metal fans; if you haven't heard them yet don't miss any more time and give them a chance, you might like their work at least as I do.
Reviewed by Adrian
Rating: 8/10

Contact:
facebook.com/Neptrecus
mortishumanae.com

Band: NOVEMBER-7
Country: Switzerland
Title: Awaraxid 7mg
Label: Dark-S Productions
Year: 2014
Style: Modern Melodic Metal

Review:
Wow, everything about this band screams professionalism, from its music to its image, to its marketing and promo strategy, I have to admit that although this album seems to be self-released (by their own label), it's at least as professional-looking as if released by a major label. November-7's new album looks like a prescription medicine, and it actually came with a foil of pills that seem to increase awareness in what's around you; didn't try them, so let's see what about their music. November-7 are a modern, melodic mix of Electro and Metal, with (excellent) female vocals, I'd say fans of bands like Rammstein, Within Temptation, Lacuna Coil, will totally dig this Swiss band. The guitars are metallic enough to be considered tough, and the vocals and electro insertions are commercial enough to reach a larger audience. They still need something to be easily identified by, something of their own, but from what I can hear on this album they have everything they need to make it. Energetic, melodic, modern, varied, interesting, give it a try yourselves.
Reviewed by Adrian
Rating: 8/10

Contact:
november-7.com

Band: PAGANUS DOCTRINA
Country: Costa Rica
Title: OmnipotencE AeternaE DiabolouS
Label: Satanic / Ashen
Year: 2015
Style: Black Metal

Review:
This is one of the oldest and most probably influential Costa Rican Metal bands; founded back in 1994 Paganus Doctrina only managed to record and released their debut album this year, but oh what an album it is. Although it visits my player at the end of the year this one will certainly be among my top Black Metal releases of 2015. We're treated here with 8 tracks (almost 50 minutes) of devastating and blasphemic Black Metal with important Death Metal influences. The highlights of this release are the amazingly expressive vocals and an excellent guitar work coming up with some very interesting and catchy riffs every time, and I shouldn't forget the demonic, anti-christian intros and the occasional catholic chants and / or bells in the background that amplify the overall evil atmosphere of this release to a point I feel evil myself just for listening to it. The production is not the best around, but I can appreciate and praise the organic drumming, and the dark bass lines when audible. As far as the atmosphere concerns this is one hell of a blasphemic album, you'll feel it in your veins, and that's one of the most important aspects I look for in every band; if you do too, don't miss this amazing release, it's definitely a masterpiece of Costa Rican Extreme Metal that will make its mark.
Reviewed by Adrian
Rating: 9.5/10

Contact:
facebook.com/paganusdoctrina

Band: REANIMATOR
Country: Canada
Title: Horns Up
Label: Selfreleased
Year: 2015
Style: Thrash Metal

Review:
Not sure why this Quebec based quintet decided to release their second full-length album by themselves, in CDR format, 6 years after their debut was released professionally by local Galy Records, some, including me, might consider this as a step back for their career. This time they decided to go for an Indiegogo campaign to release this material, and the campaign proved to be very successful ($3k+ raised in a month). Anyway, as I said this is the band's second studio album, a 9 tracks effort clocking 35 minutes of organic sounding, (mostly) fast paced, traditional Thrash Metal, highlighted by catchy guitar riffs supported from time to time by Megadeth like excellent guitar solos, a very energetic rhythm section and a kick-ass vocalist that does his best throughout the whole album. If you're a Thrash Metal fanatic you most certainly like your records to be full of tasty riffs, and that's an area where Reanimator doesn't disapoint at all, their riffs are catchy and memorable and I'd name them the main reason (but not the only) this album is a total success. A must for fans of traditional Thrash Metal and not only!
Reviewed by Adrian
Rating: 9/10

Contact:
facebook.com/reanimatormtl

Band: REGURGITATED INNARDS
Country: Sweden
Title: Feeding the Abominable
Label: Vulgar Records
Year: 2015
Style: Death Grind

Review:
I think I've met these guys' band before, but I have no idea if that's really true, and if it is, under what circumstances, but they have been around since 1998 and this is their debut full-length (in a way, as it's way under 20 minutes in playing time) album made by 12 short tracks. Their music is fucking intense, devastating, disgusting Gore Grind with Death Metal influences, in the old-school vein, with sickening vocals, abominable lyrics, heavy as shit guitar riffs, incredibly fast rhythms, and an overall atmosphere that can compete at any moment with the legends of the genre, so if you haven't already, go grab yourselves a copy of this album, it's probably become a classic in short time, not kidding. Released in both black and white vinyl versions by Vulgar Records.
Reviewed by Adrian
Rating: 9/10

Contact:
facebook.com/Regurgitated-Innards-439202826194378
vulgarrecords.com

Band: SCHNAUTZER / SOLIPSIST
Country: USA / USA
Title: Mr. MHS / Night of the Wolf
Label: Vulgar Records
Year: 2013
Style: Thrash Death Grind / Groove Thrash Death

Review:
Schnauzer, the band opening this split 7", had Jim Konya fron Nunslaughter, whom we tragically lost this year, as vocalist, and although until now I didn't know the band I'm now convinced they are a World-class act! Instrumentally they are a mic of Punk, Thrash, Death and Grind, simple and catchy as hell, but the vocals are amazing, very groovy, very entertaining and involving screaming vocals that will rip your head off. Unfortunately there are only 2 tracks on this split, but fortunately the band has plenty of such splits for your (and mine, too) guilty pleasure. Great!
Solipsist offer us only 1 track here, a 4 minutes track that's on a way more technical path, mixing Technical, Modern and Melodic Thrash Death with Metalcore, witha  touch of Traditional Death, too, a professional band that can easily aim high as their skills allow it. To keep an eye on this band, they have a new album out this year, go check it out.
This one is such a good split it would be a shame not having it in your collection!
Reviewed by Adrian
Rating: 9/10   9/10

Contact:
facebook.com/schnauzermetal
facebook.com/solipsistohio

Band: SORROWFUL
Country: Mexico
Title: In the Rainfall
Label: Solitude Productions
Year: 2015
Style: Doom Death Metal

Review:
Old-school, obscure Doom Death Metal, that's what this young duo from Mexico (now Sweden) offer us on this debut album. The band was actually formed back in 2009 but after a couple of years they quit and returned last year again at it. In the Rainfall offer us 9 tracks clocking 45 minutes of playing time, a mix of Swedish and UK based Doom Death scenes from the '90's, the incipient Doom Death Metal, with an emphasis on Death Metal, and highly reliant on its heavy, attacking guitar riffs and comprehensive growling vocals. I tell you, there's not much originality here but nonetheless fans of Doomy Death might enjoy it. I would have liked a bit more of those rare guitar leads and solos (like the ones on the 8th track) and more of those heavy-ass bass lines that reminded me of Benediction, in order to make things catchier, more memorable. The rhythms are actually quite varied, from slow (naturally) to mid-tempo and even fast paced parts here and there, so I wouldn't say their music is boring, it's just not memorable and you'll forget it soon, but since it's a debut album this is ok.
Reviewed by Adrian
Rating: 7/10

Contact:
facebook.com/sorrowfuldoom
solitude-prod.com

Band: SOULSPIRYA
Country: Italy
Title: Stay Human
Label: Sliptrick Records
Year: 2015
Style: Alternative Rock

Review:
I won't rate this release since it's not something I usually cover in Pest Webzine and it's definitely not my area of expertise, Alternative Rock is not something I usually dig in. I've listened to this album 3 or 4 times already and I've pretty much made my mind: the vocals part is absolutely horrible in comparison to the instrumental side of Soulspirya although the two band members are both taking care of vocals, they sound very childish, like the guys just heard the songs they were completely unfamiliar with. The instrumental part is quite entertaining, relaxing, almost melancholic at times, with a solid touch of Gothic Rock which I enjoyed, but speaking for myself I won't be able to give this one more spin, sorry, not my type.
Reviewed by Adrian
Rating: -/10

Contact:
facebook.com/soulspirya
sliptrickrecords.com

Band: SOUTH OF HELL
Country: France
Title: Rising of Hate
Label: Sliptrick Records
Year: 2015
Style: Death Metal

Review:
Debut album from this French combo after more than a decade of activity, Rising of Hate offer us 9 tracks in less than half an hour playing time, fast and to the point. Even if at first sight this might seem a cheap and hurried release (the cover artwork is taken from DeviantArt, haven't seen this practice in a long time, and it's not even a good picture; the booklet only featured a band picture, no lyrics, no nothing), the music is quite enjoyable if you're into '90's type Death Metal, a US style Death Metal with lots of groovy rhythms and a hint of (old-school) Brutal Death here and there, too. A solid release where mid-tempo rhythms mix well with the fast-paced ones, and the powerful production is making its mark, too. Not impressive through its technicality or through its brutality, Rising of Hate rather impresses through its cohesion and lack of compromises, so this turned out to be a good debut album after all presenting maybe a band that has a waken and will start releasing more stuff, more often.
Reviewed by Adrian
Rating: 8/10

Contact:
southofhell.bandcamp.com
sliptrickrecords.com

Band: STEORRAH
Country: Germany
Title: II: Thin White Paint
Label: Bret Hard Records
Year: 2015
Style: Progressive Death Metal

Review:
It seems every time I get something new from Bret Hard is something extremely well done, and Steorrah from Bonn are no exception from the rule, this is their second full-length album, a 10 tracks effort passing over the one hour milestone when it comes to playing time. The album is amazing, a real journey through the band's world built and offered to the listener with the utmost professionalism, a Progressive Death Metal journey with various sights, from acoustic elements, to avantgarde structures, to jazzy influences, to alternative rhythms, to melodic, meditative parts, but of course without neglecting the traditional basics of Death Metal. Opeth comes first to mind while trying to somehow label Steorrah's bold ciourage to experiment and the fields they are "visiting", but that doesn't mean Steorrah is a copy cat, that thought is far from me, they pretty much have their own sound and their own individuality. I would have liked the vocals to be a bit more versatile, or better said to be more varied most of the time not only from time to time, but that doesn't stop me from saying this is as close to a masterpiece as it could be. Don't miss it!
Reviewed by Adrian
Rating: 9.5/10

Contact:
steorrah.com
brethard.de

Band: STILLNES
Country: Spain
Title: Sin destino
Label: Selfreleased
Year: 2015
Style: Thrash Metal

Review:
No, it's not a typo, the band is really named Stillnes, without the last "s" doubled, so when they started, in 2004, maybe they had something else in mind, or it was simply a mistake that was too costly to correct afterwards. The band presents us here their second full-length album, 4 years apart from their debut, and these 9 tracks are passing over 40 minutes playing time, so there's plenty to enjoy if you are already familiar with their music. Stillnes' lyrics are in Spanish, that's why I feel Spanish speaking listeners will enjoy much more what happens here, for the others the band will sound good but not spectacular at all, I mean everything they do here we've already heard coultless times before, a Heavy Metal inspired Thrash Metal built on powerful guitar riffs and headbanging friendly rhythm section ranging from mid-tempo to fast paced. I'm not sold on vocals though, not at all, they are less expressive then this music would need, and they might even become dull towards the end of the album. The guitar work, on the other hand, is great, just listen to the 7th track, the instrumental one, and you'll discover a Thrash Metal band with high potential of hitting the melodic and, why not, even progressive side of this genre, too.
Reviewed by Adrian
Rating: 7/10

Contact:
facebook.com/stillnesband

Band: TERRORDOME
Country: Poland
Title: Machete Justice
Label: Defense Records
Year: 2015
Style: 

Review:
After presenting the band with a compilation of their previous EPs and demos, Terrordome and Defense Records step up with a studio album release, a year later. Machete Justice follows the same path the band is already set on, hyper-fast, hyper-active, hyper-energetic Crossover Thrash Metal for fans of Slayer or Dark Angel. The production is excellent, the overall atmosphere as well, the compositions are quite similar one with the other, but the vocalist manages to give them each an own way. The album also shows the very good technical skills of its members, from time to time you'll hear some displays of their knowledge, but all in all I would characterize Machete Justice as a relentless, merciless killing avalanche of Thrash Metal debris, absolutely terrifying. I love it!
Reviewed by Adrian
Rating: 9/10

Contact:
terrordome.net.pl
defensemerch.com

Band: THE ARISEN
Country: France
Title: Rising Times
Label: Selfreleased
Year: 2015
Style: Progressive Death Metal

Review:
This young quartet from lyon present us their debut EP, a 7 tracks effort totaling half an hour of Progressive Death Metal. Intricate rhythms, lots of rhythm changes, complicated structures are mixing with groovy at times, and melodic at other rhythms resulting an interesting material. I have enjoyed theguitar work the most here, although the drums and bass lines are also not to pass over quickly; unfortunately I don't like the vocals that much, the growlings seem more like burps, the screams have no expressiveness, they were far from capturing my attention and that's why I don't think I'll spin this material again (I did it already lots and lots of times Today). An encouraging debut that introduces us a serious band, that seems to be determined to invest in their future (and I'm not talking about money only), I'm curious to see if they'll step up on the followup release.
Reviewed by Adrian
Rating: 7/10

Contact:
facebook.com/TheArisenBand

Band: THE PETE FLESH DEATHTRIP
Country: Sweden
Title: Mortui Vivos Docent
Label: Critical Mass Recordings
Year: 2015
Style: Death Metal

Review:
Although it might seem as the debut album of this one man band, Mortui Vivos Docent is actually its fourth as between 2004 and 2009 the band activated under the Flesh moniker as a duo as far as I know, but since 2009 when Peter Karlsson, aka Pete Flesh (also known from his previous bands Deceiver or Maze of Torment), decided to continue on his own, The Pete Flesh Deathtrip wasn't that active on discographic level. This album also is not a novelty since it was originally released in 2013 by Pulverised Records, and now picked up and re-released on vinyl with new artwork by local label Critical Mass. Pete Flesh likes to keep his ways traditional, following the patterns of what Today we call Swedish Death Metal fronted by acts like Entombed or Dismember, he keeps the same devastating guitar sound, adds a bit more aggressiveness a la US Death Metal, and one more twist: a Black Metal-like atmosphere heavily inducted by Pete's amazingly visceral vocals and part o the guitar work. The guitar riffs and leads and absolutely delicious, and completed by a dark sounding rhythms section are creating and offering a versatile full-length with everything a fan of Swedish Black and Death Metal fan could ever want. Released on both black and black stained white vinyl by Critical Mass, most probably limited to a few hundred copies.
Reviewed by Adrian
Rating: 8.5/10

Contact:
facebook.com/peteflesh
criticalmass.se

Band: THE SILVERBLACK
Country: Italy
Title: The Grand Turmoil
Label: Sliptrick Records
Year: 2015
Style: Industrial Metal

Review:
Not sure if this Italian band is a duo as indicated on this CD booklet, or a full line-up five-piece band as on their social media accounts, but here we have their latest work, an 11 tracks effort clocking almost 40 minutes of addictive, mainstream-friendly Industrial Metal, a mix of, in my opinion, Combichrist, Marilyn Manson and a hint of Rammstein, highly professional, even radio-friendly I'd say, but at the same time very Metal, very energetic and even aggressive at times I'd say. Based on Dance patterns (catchy choruses, dance beats, electro synths) the album becomes catchy from the very first track and remains the same until the end while still being varied and absolutely not monotonous at all. I wouldn't think I'd ever say this about an Industrial album as I'm not a fan of it, but this one is faultless, perfect, a definite hit!
Reviewed by Adrian
Rating: 10/10

Contact:
facebook.com/thesilverblack
sliptrickrecords.com

Band: THE WARD
Country: Moldova
Title: Part of Humanity
Label: Metal Scrap Records
Year: 2015
Style: Atmospheric Melodic Death Metal

Review:
These moments when I get to review a Moldovan release are so rare I can't even remember the last time I got the latest release by a Moldovan band, but here are The Ward, a band I never heard before that was founded back in 2009 and this is already their second full-length effort, three years apart from their self-released debut. We're treated with 11 tracks in almost 45 minutes playing time, a technical, stuffed, and quite massive sounding Atmospheric Death Metal highlighted by a comprehensive growling vocal, '90's sounding keyboard backgrounds (I remember Black Metal bands using these types of tragic keyboards), and old-school guitar riffing with a few breakdowns here and there. Not bad at all, but the sound quality is below average, and that goes for the release quality, too, the covers are on low quality paper, I guess the label tried a new factory, but they should go back to the previous, definitely. The two guitarists are working well together, and supported by these ethereal keyboards they could bring the band to new heights, but not with this sound quality. The track 10 the band tries a beauty and the beast kind of vocal part, with the lady playing the keys stepping up as vocalist, too; again, not bad, but not interesting or spectacular either. Sorry, I'm a fan of this genre, but this release left me quite numb.
Reviewed by Adrian
Rating: 6/10

Contact:
facebook.com/thewardmd
metalscraprecords.com

Band: VINGULMORK
Country: Norway
Title: Chiaroscuro
Label: Crime Records
Year: 2015
Style: Blackened Thrash Metal

Review:
If you read these guys' pseudonyms on Metal Archives you won't ever think what they are doing with Vingulmork is actually serious, but fortunately Lethal Semen, Shitstain Jackson, Cockzilla and Dolph Grizzly decided to move forward in their career and present themselves with their actual names on this debut album, and from my point of view, playing this music, gives them more credibility. 9 tracks, a bit over half an hour of playing time, a Blackened form of Thrash Metal where (sometimes generic, but luckily most of the times quite interesting) Thrash Metal riffs are mixed with Melodic guitar leads, a vicious Black Metal type of vocals, all of these supported by a fantastic rhythm section (both the drummer and the bassist seem to be excellent musicians) and a crystal clear production, very professional work. Most of the time the music is fast and aggressive, and quite dark towards mysterious, too, but there are also moments where you'll consider it melodic (Melodic Black Metal influenced), so all in all I think Vingulmork, although not delivering the next Metal masterpiece with this album, have done a very good job, a solid debut album that will undoubtedly push them towards the tops of the upcoming and promising bands. To keep an eye on this band and in the meantime get a taste of this album released by Crime Records in digipak format with a 12 pages booklet featuring all lyrics (English written lyrics that is).
Reviewed by Adrian
Rating: 8/10

Contact:
vingulmork.com
crimerecords.no

Band: VIOLENT REVOLUTION
Country: USA
Title: Damaged Society
Label: Selfreleased
Year: 2015
Style: Crossover Thrash Metal

Review:
Agent Steel's founding member and original bass player George Robb is now a member of newly founded Violent Revolution, and here we have their debut demo made of 5 tracks (well, 4 real tracks and an intro) and clocking almost 15 minutes of fast paced old-school ('80's type) Thrash Metal with serious Crossover and Punk influences. Angry, dirty, aggressive and highly energetic traditional Metal, in my opinion a mix of Slayer, Body Count and S.O.D. that will easily find its followers quite soon. Although not having the best production, this demo impresses through its variety and energy, each track has its own identity and they are also quite catchy, I've spinned it 5 or 6 times already and I'm not bored yet, not even close. They are currently working on a debut album that should be out sometime in the beginning of 2016, be alert.
Reviewed by Adrian
Rating: 8/10

Contact:
violentrevolution.net

Band: WARFAITH
Country: France
Title: Wise Man Is Dead
Label: Selfreleased
Year: 2015
Style: Thrash Metal

Review:
A band from Nancy that during their only 3 years of activity is already at their third bass player, hopefully this one will continue more than the previous. This is their debut album made of 11 tracks totalling a bit over half an hour of Thrash Metal with heavy influences from Punk and Hardcore and even Death Metal from time to time; a fast paced, angry, energetic Thrash Metal, but one that doesn't impress too much. The production is ok, but so organic you think they recorded it somewhere live and never mastered it, although you'll have no problems enjoying every sounds in crystal clear quality. Warfaith impress through their energy, but I guess that's normal and absolutely mandatory for a young Thrash Metal band; fans of Crossover Punk Hardcore Thrash Metal will enjoy it more than I did, that's for sure, to be honest I found it monotonous after 2-3 spins.
Reviewed by Adrian
Rating: 6/10

Contact:
facebook.com/warfaith

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