|Review: Harm - October Fire|
Label: Battlegod Productions
Year released: 2016
Review online: October 29, 2016
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
Rated 3.8/5 (76%) (5 Votes)
Norwegian thrashers, Harm, have been around since 1997 and have released three full-length albums thus far, with their latest opus, October Fire, released on Australian Battlegod Productions.
Musically, Harm lean on a heavier and teeny-weeny modern side of Thrash Metal, which is also delightfully inspired by both Slayer and Testament here and there. The trio Harm does their best to come for our necks as ravenous and bloodthirsty as you can think of, really bleeding their hotly burning and enthusiastic blood into their songs. Steffan Schulze, on bass and vocals, also manages to bring some blackish elements in with his raspy and mean sounding vocal delivery, which fits well with the band's overall very aggressive and heavy Thrash Metal delivery.
October Fire is clearly the band's heaviest offering thus far, packed with moments that make you go back to this album over and over again. Harm is designed to harm the pleasure center of your brain, in a good way.
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