Highly recommend this one to anyone who is up and up on the Polish scene right now, and fans of Filth of Mankind, or old school thrash or black metal and are looking for a modern take on a classic sound.
Come join the ritual. Offer your hand to the feral, sentient darkness. Let the ritual weave you a new skeletal structure. Join the Chaos (Perversion).
This is not an album to be listened to in the bright daylight. In fact, if you were to try, the world would feel strange and dim as you listened.
Ward of Roses wraps so many different things neatly into its palm, and it maintains its level of interest and intrigue from front to back with how well all of these different elements mix together. The vocal performances from both singers are utterly superb, and the instrumental performances are so damn tight.
Norwegian Gothic is an album that explores so many genres, it’s truly difficult to tack it under any one label. It’s an exploration into previously uncharted territory more than anything else
Depravity have created their own brand of crushing and pulverizing death metal with a fantastic evil atmosphere.
Darker Days sounds like a down tuned Louisiana swamp blues band was introduced to Middle Eastern instrumentals and unconventional song structures.
Sometimes you just want something that feels good. But enough about food. Let’s get to the meat of this burger (Maybe a little more about food).
From start to finish, this album is for those who like to rock hard and ride easy.