all-female Madrid-based quartet wears their hard-rocking roots on their denim-clad sleeves, infused with a sizable dose of punkified piss and vinegar.
The riffs are dissonant ear worms that savagely burrow through your brain with the menace of Herbert’s Sandworms. They don’t so much sit in the back of your subconscious as tear through it to make it their nest.
production is lush and powerful, the playing flawless throughout, and the songs are as melodic and dynamic as they are fast and pummeling.
Fans of classic melodic speed metal such as Painkiller-era Judas Priest, German legends Accept, Running Wild and Helloween, Vicious Rumors, and late-’80s Riot will go “Wild” over this
There’s Carcass worship aplenty here though, with waves of grinding riffs, old school guitar tones, a rhythm section that gives the whole thing a little headbanging groove, and filth laden vocals that wash over you like used formaldehyde.
From start to finish, this album is for those who like to rock hard and ride easy.
The album starts off strong and finishes even stronger. It is energetic without being exhaustive.
One of the best death doom albums you’ll hear this year and by far the best album of their career