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Review: Nerve Saw - Call of the Casket
Nerve Saw
Call of the Casket

Label: Old Skull Productions
Year released: 2017
Duration: 15:17
Tracks: 4
Genre: Death Metal

Rating: 3.5/5

Review online: August 25, 2017
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
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Call of the Casket

Rated 3/5 (60%) (4 Votes)
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Old-school Swedish Death Metal. I could stop my review right here because that's all there is in a nutshell to say about this one-man project from Finland.

A guy named Markus Makkonen (Sadistik Forest, ex-Hooded Menace) is behind this Death Metal project, doing all the instruments and vocals on this four-track effort, titled Call of the Casket. He has taken the best sides of old-school Swedish Death Metal and Bolt Thrower's all-mangling heaviness and just incorporated them straight into Nerve Saw. The music is as crushingly heavy and brutal as it gets, although perhaps at times a bit too one-dimensional.

Markus performs nothing very original on Call of the Casket, but then again, I didn't expect him to do that either. If you have any love for the classic triple-S (i.e. "Stockholm-Sunlight-Skogsberg") buzzsaw sound mixed with some bits and pieces from the legacy that Bolt Thrower left behind, there's definitely something here to pick your curiosity.

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