|Review: All Hell - The Red Sect|
|The Red Sect|
Label: Horror Pain Gore Death Productions
Year released: 2015
Review online: June 15, 2016
Reviewed by: Michel Renaud
for:The Red Sect
Rated 3/5 (60%) (1 Vote)
With The Red Sect, All Hell presents a very fast-paced half hour of decent, but unremarkable blackened Thrash. It's the kind of album that's good while it's on, but you don't really miss once it's over either though it does have some staying power as I've listened to this quite a bit without really getting tired of it, but without getting excited when it came on either. Some of the songs here are a little bit catchy, but overall it has a monotone feel to it. Think diluted early-80s Black Metal and you have a rough idea of what they're aiming at, but a bit too clean for its own good. There's unfortunately nothing here to set All Hell apart in a crowded genre, but you could still do way worse.
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