Label: Brutal Bands - BB022 • Format: CD Album, Promo Cardsleeve • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Death Metal
Yeah well Fendaheads - Blue Lotus you think that's bad then send me suggestions for April because I'm stumped. Anyway receiving this for review in March turned out to be perfect. Like I mentioned, I've been listening to a lot of DM lately especially old school stuff.
So not only does this CD sound like most of what I've been rotting my brain to of late but the band name sounds very familiar. In all honesty I've never heard this Czech four piece before although they've been together for a decade and have Cult - Destroying Divinity - Dark Future previous full lengths under their belts.
What's also amazingly criminal is that this was recorded back inwas finally released last year but their label supposedly didn't do a good job promoting it.
On second thought empathy might not be what first comes to mind once you blast Dark Future. I'm leaning towards evil vile hatred. The band sent this to me in the hopes that their own promotional efforts could do them some justice. Frankly I should be thanking them because after spinning this all night and all the following morning I'm now on a DM buzz which might last till June.
Ok sure they're standing on a secure plataau by emulating classic USDM Nalingi Yo Mingi - Le Formidable Johny Bokelo* - 1981 playing by the numbers Cult - Destroying Divinity - Dark Future this is not and calling it homage is easy but to who since the band's sound is not so easy to peg overall.
I'll give him a Candy Perfume Girl - Madonna - Drowned World Tour 2001 (DVD) tommorrow, yeah right. Either way Dark Future is not something to overwelm the senses but there's an inviting atmosphere about it that just drags you in.
Also at a running time of just thirty six minutes they band doesn't waste any time. Name your poison here folks because you get trudging rhythms, grind parts, growled vocals and electric shock solo flourishes. The only thing missing is a fresh Cult - Destroying Divinity - Dark Future delivered to your front door. And on their final cut "Face to Face to Destiny" the only thing in ample supply on here is slowly crushing death doom. If you like everything I've just written and frankly who wouldn't then not only does this need to be playing at your miserable place of residence but this band needs an apology from someone.
Having this lay out there in the weeds Night In Shanghai - Jean-Michel Jarre - Concerts someone to trip over is a travesty.
There are multitudes of bloodthirsty freaks, some of whom I call friends, who crave bands like this more than food. If you're hungry for it then contact the band. I'm sure they'll supply you with this DM feast. No comments:. Post a Comment. Newer Post Older Post Home. Subscribe to: Post Comments Atom.
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