|Review: Death Incarnate - Hordes of Eternal Devastation|
|Hordes of Eternal Devastation|
Label: Australis Records
Year released: 2014
Genre: Death Metal
Review online: August 27, 2015
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
for:Hordes of Eternal Devastation
Rated 3.5/5 (70%) (2 Votes)
Hands down, the Chilean Death Metal scene is one of the best in the world. One of the Chilean Death Metal hordes keeping the flag high for the country's quality Death Metal scene is this quintet from Santiago known as Death Incarnate. They have been together about 10 years, making a malicious and pulverizing Death Metal noise.
Death Incarnate's debut album, Hordes of Eternal Devastation, is your everyday meat-and-potatoes Death Metal offering hardly any surprises but it does have at least a spoonful of mandatory elements to make it sound right. Death Incarnate have decided to stick to the old school elements of Death Metal that made bands like Death, Deicide and Vital Remains so popular among the extreme Metal community. They follow the same path without ripping off any of the aforementioned bands directly but still delivering their goods the old school enough way. The motto for Death Incarnate is keep it simple and to the point and it seems to be working well for them. The solos are really sharp and spot-on, if a special mention is in order. Feel free to show some undisputed Death Metal love to Hordes of Eternal Devastation. I know I did.
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