|Review: Ezurate - Eve of Desecration|
|Eve of Desecration|
Label: Rotting Corpse Records
Year released: 2010
Genre: Black Metal
Review online: August 3, 2010
Reviewed by: Michel Renaud
for:Eve of Desecration
Rated 3/5 (60%) (6 Votes)
Hold on to your hats for Eve of Desecration is about to hit you with over an hour of Scandinavian-style blasting Black Metal. Think the likes of Marduk and Setherial at their fastest, along with a dose of Impaled Nazarene to mix things up a little. The vocals also remind me a bit of Impaled Nazarene, a somewhat decipherable BM-style vicious screech that fights with the equally visceral music to see who's gonna rip the speakers apart first.
Even with a few slower passages and a couple of acoustic bits, the album could use more variety, especially considering its length. But at least it never gets boring, the slower paced material being scattered throughout the album enough to avoid it being just a plain blast-fest. Nothing particularly original here, but well executed and even a bit addictive.
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