This album is a banger and I’m very confident the band would keep the pit absolutely hopping.
This makes the compilation highly listenable as a continuous experience (I do not always find this is the case with various artist compilations).
Enjoy every jolt, reprieve, attack, and sharp turn.
The next time someone asks you to explain what death metal sounds like, just play them this album. They will likely be hooked. I know I am.
Smiles, jamming, and shredding are offered to entice the audience, and with a band like Tulus, it worked like a charm.
The vision of the world seen between the riffs is bleak, but there is strength and spine there too – enough to rise up with each cadence to move inexorably forward and fight back!
Thanatos isn’t casual, and it shouldn’t be treated as such.
Though it’s only three tracks long, and one of them is a Soundgarden cover, this EP still feels like a meaty offering.
Putting all of these experimental tendencies together, we have an album that you will return to regularly.