|Review: Aeons of Hate - Aeons of Hate|
|Aeons of Hate|
Label: Alone Records
Year released: 2015
Review online: April 16, 2016
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
for:Aeons of Hate
Rated 3.4/5 (68%) (10 Votes)
Greek trio Aeons of Hate has been around less than four years. They were formed in 2012 and since day one these three Metal warriors have sworn in the name of heavy, Slayer-tinged Thrash Metal, peppered with some bits and pieces of Death Metal, as well (mostly à la Death and Obituary, riff-wise). Most of the time Aeons of Hate trust a mid-paced approach within their Thrash and Death Metal, trying to keep things somewhat simple but still effective enough. In some peculiar way, this musical concept works pretty well for them, making my neck muscles join the party. Bassist and vocalist Aris, on the other hand, takes his vocal influences from Black Metal, adding his personal twist into the band's slowly but mercilessly rollin' sonic punishment. Guitarist Nick has, for some reason or the other, left all solos undone for this record, making the album sound a bit pale and in a way sort of unfinished. A couple of spot-on solos here and there would obviously have colored Aeons of Hate's debut album a bit. Unfortunately, this album gets a bit tedious after a while, due to the lack of any solos.
All in all, Aeons of Hate's eight-track debut opus is a decent opening act. Just add some more variation (guitar solos don't harm you) into your songs next time, and you'll have a greater chance to impress and convince way more people with your band.
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