|Review: Deathincarnation - Pandemic Blight|
Label: More Hate Productions
Year released: 2015
Review online: March 16, 2016
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
Rated 4.25/5 (85%) (12 Votes)
Ukrainian Black/Death Metal outfit Deathincarnation has almost 10 years of history behind them, during which they have recorded three studio albums. Their latest, Pandemic Blight, released on Russian cult label No More Hate Productions, continues cutting wings off from all the sweet angels, so to speak.
Musically, they sound a lot like Swedish masters of all evil Dark Funeral, but have a way more progressive and complex sound. It's all a masterfully executed mix of partly keyboard-driven Black Metal and technical and progressive Death Metal, at times leaning toward a similar chest-pounding sound as heard in Behemoth's symphonic era.
Seriously, the songs carry a lot of potential in them. It can be heard in everything that the guys have taken their time with the actual songwriting process when shaping up the songs for Pandemic Blight. Deathincarnation have a strong musical recipe for world domination, and hopefully more people, both in their home territory of Ukraine and elsewhere, can find this promising act. Regardless, this is a great record from these barely known Ukrainian extreme Metal troops.
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