|Review: Tyrannic - Ethereal Sepulchre|
Label: Seance Records
Year released: 2018
Review online: January 30, 2019
Reviewed by: MetalMike
Rated 3/5 (60%) (1 Vote)
Tyrannic hits you full in the face with an assault of 80s speedy thrash metal on their debut album Ethereal Sepulchre. Metal Archives has them listed as "thrash/doom", a combo I don't think I've run across before and, other than the dark lyrical themes and some moody parts on the longer of the four tracks, I'd say this is securely black/thrash. Tyrannic can play slowly but rarely does, instead bashing away at 100 mph for the most part, even on longer cuts like "Tyrannic Deluge". Sure, there are breakdowns where the riffs are given time to groove, but Tyrannic soon stomp on the gas. I'm going to invoke the newly minted (by me) "Rule of Toms" to describe Tyrannic's sound; Araya screams, Angelripper croaks and Warrior squealing guitar solos. Ethereal Sepulchre doesn't bring anything new to the party but the hellish energy is impossible to ignore.
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