Put simply, if you didn’t like the previous few Napalm Death albums, you probably will not enjoy this one either. The band’s latest release, Time Waits For No Slave has been released, and it seems the band has begun to follow the old saying of “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it!” since the past few releases have been eerily similar music-wise.
Some people may be unaware that the band 3 Inches Of Blood had two releases prior to signing to Roadrunner Records. The releases were an EP entitled Sect Of The White Worm, as well as Battlecry Under A Winter Sun. Well, the latter has been reissued, and it contains four tracks (not all five for some reason) from the Sect Of The White Worm EP release as bonus material.
Heralded as perhaps one of the worst black metal albums in the style’s history, Plaguewielder has raised suspicions and anger in fans. Given the excellent former albums known as “The Black Trilogy”. While some fans just cannot embrace anything new or experimental by this band since Panzerfaust, much of their arguments hold true about this release.
Deadsoil has been a band that managed to show promise with each recording that they put out, and Sacrifice is no exception. Once again, the band has outdone themselves and continue to prove they have what it takes to play with the big boys of the style.
Deadsoil’s debut EP, Forever The Enemy, is perhaps one of the most stereotypical releases possible. It’s easy to see why this release would be overlooked by many, since it only has a few promising aspects to it.
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