|Review: Sacral Night - Darkness Process|
Label: Inferno Records
Year released: 2017
Genre: Heavy Metal
Review online: August 22, 2019
Reviewed by: Michel Renaud
Darkness Process gives the wrong impression with the first (and title) track as it really sounds off all the way through. I was thinking, "wow, how did they get signed?" Things change as soon as you hit the second track, "Fullmoon Creep Sacrifice", where we get a something way more listenable and, fortunately, Sacral Night keep that up until the end. Their brand of heavy metal is strongly rooted in the '80s and reminds me of Agent Steel at times. It's really the vocals that steal the show. High-pitched and powerful, but not always great, they bring a whole new dimension to the songs. This reminds me of the likes of Scanner, RAM, and other similar bands that play it old school, fast, catchy and powerful with an emphasis on the vocals. I don't know (yet) if they kept that up with the full-length album that followed, but despite it being a little amateurish, Darkness Process shows a lot of potential from this French band.
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