This is all done while breaking into portions of more structured death metal that joins the brutal tapestries of frozen carcasses.
This brutal death album leaves little room for any groove or slam, and is all business in the rolling ball of membrane waiting to burst its abscessed contents in well-timed and meaningful slams
A few things need to be said about Obscura. They are an extremely talented band. Their progressive style incorporates a lot of melodic tones offering a unique blend other bands struggle to match. The bass has, and always will be, a staple in their songs. Bass solos, and complex riffs are always a highlight for me when it comes to this band. It's obvious bands like Beyond Creation take excellent notes from Obscura on the low end.
Much of this can be attributed to the excellent recording and sound created by the band. A clean sound, and distinguished guitars that maintain the under-produced fuzz needed in capturing a semi distant but clear bodied sound that leaves nothing to the imagination.
With a lot of major and more accessible slam/brutal death metal bands available, there seems to be a trend in…
I, Voidhanger Records will be releasing this debut full-length on February 16, 2018. With plenty of synth tones and build ups, mirrored with piercing tremolo picking, it is clear Eigenlicht has a focus of building upon their sound through each song.
Whether or not there is a place for this type of rock/metal in your life, there should be a place for quality composition, and this is where Good Tiger's strength lies. I'll pass on the emotional ties this musical generally elicits, and go straight for the craftsmanship and soul of the sound.
This list does not mean the albums I selected were "The Best", just ones that stuck out to me, and are some personal favorites. Hope you can find some good tunes below, or maybe give a album a second spin if you initially were not impressed.
Yellow Eyes delivers a notable contribution that stands ahead and apart for many reasons.
From the modest, but historical, deciduous forest and Appalachia of Tennessee, to the sweet odors of the Lodgepole Pine lining the jagged Rockies of Colorado, comes a combined split from Twilight Fauna, and Evergreen Refuge.
From the opening title track "Beast Incarnate", the speed of the twitching guitar riffs leads a static lit trail that the riveting blast beats and churning bass follows through tight structured melodies and guitar solos that focus on a more eerie tone and mood.
It's always pleasant news when you hear that a band who has been around for awhile is releasing a new album, and refuses to retire. Even if their discography consists of minimal releases, it's a passion for metal, rarely seen in other genres.