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Review: Tyrants Blood - Into the Kingdom of Graves
Tyrants Blood
www.tyrantsblood.com
Into the Kingdom of Graves

Label: Independent
Year released: 2013
Duration: 45:06
Tracks: 10
Genre: Death Metal

Rating: 3.5/5

Review online: February 9, 2014
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
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Into the Kingdom of Graves

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Canadian Death Metal commandos Tyrants Blood have been keeping the Christian people busy by spreading havoc and making blasphemies on the altar of all things holy ever since they started out back in 2006. The band's third full-length effort, Into the Kingdom of Graves, which they decided to self-release this time around, isn't meant to save anyone from Tyrants Blood's diabolical revenge, either.

Into the Kingdom of Graves is packed with tons of Angel Corpse/Destroyer 666/early Sadus flesh-ripping intensity and a truly lethal load of musical mayhem. Tyrants Blood mixes Thrash, Death and even a tiny bit of Black Metal in their musical blender and it seems to work sufficiently well though there is no denying that, at times, Into the Kingdom of Graves is a bit too blast beat ridden. It sounds like drummer Matt Blood may have poured too many energy drinks down his throat while pounding out his drum parts in for this album. Vocalist Brian Langley's death grunts are convincing and remind me of George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher's vocal work in Cannibal Corpse. A short instrumental song, "Within Outer Scars," allows the listeners to take a couple of extra breaths before being thrown back onto the killing field for the final slaughter.

Death Metal fans will obviously find lots of guilty pleasure on Tyrants Blood's new album Into the Kingdom of Graves. Whether this record is the band's best album to date, well, you will be the judge of that.

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