|Review: Envig - Warmachine|
Label: Cryptorium Records
Year released: 2017
Genre: Death Metal
Review online: November 2, 2017
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
Imagine what the defunct British war masters Bolt Thrower would sound like if they had a punkier, crust feel to their sound. The answer would be Envig.
Warmachine is the band's first demo since they formed in 2015 and it is now available on CD, which is a sweet thing for those of you that have been longing for Bolt Thrower's musical heritage, or at least some of its uniqueness and greatness. Coincidence or not, but hell, even Envig's bassist and growler Damien Terry sounds like Karl Willets, so musical comparisons to Bolt Thrower is pretty much unavoidable. The music herein goes as easily and effortlessly forward as a column of fiercely and mercilessly shooting Panzerkampfwagen VI, mangling everyone that heaves in sight. This sweet little release serves as a good taste of what's to come from this brutal Swedish troop in the near future. Their first full-length studio album, titled By Human Hands, in the winter of 2018.
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