|Review: Holodomor - Témoignages de la Gnose Terrestre|
|Témoignages de la Gnose Terrestre|
Label: Iron Bonehead Productions
Year released: 2012
Review online: July 15, 2012
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
for:Témoignages de la Gnose Terrestre
Rated 3.43/5 (68.57%) (7 Votes)
Holodomor is the name of a genocidal famine in the Ukraine provoked by communist leaders from 1932-1933. Now you know where the name comes from, in case you were wondering. Anyway, these four pitch-black horsemen of all things evil from Plymouth, England have been spreading their plagues since 2009. The band's first 5-track mini-CD, Témoignages de la Gnose Terrestre, shows no mercy to anyone. All the bestiality and utter evil that shines through their wrist-nailing and skin-peeling blackened and punky Thrash/Death holocaust must make hypocritical religious types shit their pants during Sunday worship services. Holodomor reeks of havoc, hate and blasphemy and their wrath will undoubtedly reach us all; no one is safe from the band's merciless and savage attacks. Musically, they come from the same infernal hordes of hell where you can find Angelcorpse, Bestial Warmaster, Blasphemy, Witchmaster and the like. This stuff is shamelessly hysteric and murderous and all that hidden, blood-boiling energy that Holodomor have in their sound will leave you breathless. Wanna try this? Be my guest – at your own risk.
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