|Review: Scars on Murmansk - Into Dead Lights|
|Into Dead Lights|
Label: Great Dane Records
Year released: 2012
Genre: Death Metal
Review online: December 8, 2012
Reviewed by: Sargon the Terrible
for:Into Dead Lights
This looked like a Doom album, but no, this is a pure Death Metal album from a new French band, made up of members and ex-members of little-known acts like Hypnosis and Silent Opera. Whatever brought them together to make this album, I applaud it.
Straight-up, intense, and tight, this is a blast of hybrid death with Florida-styled speed and aggression backed by that thick Swedish guitar sound. The riffs are tight and percussive, the production is thick, and the vocals are a deep, Suffocation-styled gurgle. In fact, Suffocation seem to be a definite influence here, along with meaner Euro bands like Bolt Thrower or Carnage. I'm glad to see no melodic flourishes nor any prog-jazz pustulating - this is nothing but blistering, hammering, ball-crunching Death Metal right through. I like it.
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