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Review: Wolf's Hunger - Bež'te živi vraćaju se mrtvi
Wolf's Hunger
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Bež'te živi vraćaju se mrtvi

Label: Symbol of Domination
Year released: 2016
Duration: 36:37
Tracks: 9
Genre: Black/Thrash

Rating: 3.75/5

Review online: July 2, 2017
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
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Bež'te živi vraćaju se mrtvi

Rated 4.09/5 (81.82%) (11 Votes)
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This Serbian bunch known as Wolf's Hunger does have a pretty good idea how to make both Black and Thrash Metal (the main emphasis being on Thrash Metal) sound ripping and catchy enough on their second album, titled Be'te ivi vraćaju se mrtvi.

Wolf's Hunger have chosen to perform their blackened Thrash with their own mother language of Serbian, which leaves only their music for me to enjoy as I have no clue what they are saying. The band let their instruments do all the talking and succeed at putting out a solid album that has lots of well targeted, sharp Thrash riffs (some of them reminding me of Slayer) that surely appeal to the Thrash crowd. For Black Metal fans and whatnot, even Folk diggers, Wolf's Hunger have recorded a song called "Rusija," which differs drastically from the rest of their songs, with it being a Folk-tinged mid-paced. It is one of the highlights off the record, simply a great piece of work. Vocalist and bassist Časlav Nicković's Black Metal rasps are also well done, although nothing so unusual or unique that one wouldn't have heard something like it before.

Wolf's Hunger kick some serious ass on this second outing. By all means give it a try.

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