|Review: Supreme Havoc - Spreading the Plague|
|Spreading the Plague|
Year released: 2016
Genre: Death Metal
Review online: May 7, 2016
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
for:Spreading the Plague
Rated 3.75/5 (75%) (8 Votes)
Supreme Havoc is a new extreme Metal entity on the map of Finnish underground Metal, and there's no looking down at these fellows as they all have a long history in the scene. The members of Supreme Havoc have history in such names as God Forsaken, Black Dawn, Deathmarched, Loath and so on, so they know already what it takes to get a band on its feet.
In fact, Supreme Havoc surprises listeners in a positive way, if you just happen to dig such troops as Usurper, Celtic Frost, Bones, Mental Funeral-era Autopsy, and Death 'n Roll-era Entombed. The band's music is raw, brutal and stripped down, punky Death Metal for the most part, and their shit shows off sweetly dangerous and ominous, wanting to give you some corporal punishment, even if you haven't begged for it. Supreme Havoc have a good musical concept going on within their sound; something a bit more different and unique as opposed to many of mainstream's faceless masses of bands that ape each other and hope to achieve mass acceptance among the new generation of trendy sissies and pussies. Supreme Havoc has gently raised up its middle finger towards all of us, blasting as much Punk as Death Metal with this EP. Undoubtedly they do what they want, ignoring all the existing musical norms and rules.
What is certain is that Supreme Havoc do deserve some attention. Give them a listen and become either their friends or enemies. You choose.
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