|Review: Midnight - Rebirth by Blasphemy|
|Rebirth by Blasphemy|
Label: Metal Blade Records
Year released: 2020
Review online: January 5, 2020
Reviewed by: Michel Renaud
for:Rebirth by Blasphemy
Midnight is one of those bands that have come across my path several times, but I never paid much attention to them except for one album nearly 10 years ago. Listening to Rebirth by Blasphemy, I think I've been missing out on a good thing. This is high-octane, old-school thrashing heavy metal that reeks of the energy of the likes of Motorhead and Venom at the beginning of the '80s and you can throw in a little Desaster as well, especially when it comes to the vocal style. It's rough, raw, fast-paced and in your face, but the delivery is so damn catchy that it kind of makes the music more accessible to those who might otherwise not give this a second glance (i.e., run in the other direction). If you like raw, unpolished old-school heavy metal, Rebirth by Blasphemy checks all the boxes.
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