|Review: Hellbomb - Hatebombs from Hell|
|Hatebombs from Hell|
Label: More Hate Productions
Year released: 2015
Genre: Black Metal
Review online: January 7, 2017
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
for:Hatebombs from Hell
Rated 3.6/5 (72%) (5 Votes)
This young Russian trio has only been in existence since 2014 and they claim their music to be a sinister and detonating mix of Black Metal, Punk (Hardcore), and Doom/Stoner. Well, on paper that sounds relatively interesting, doesn't it?
Hatebombs from Hell, Hellbomb's debut album, reclaims – at least partly – some of the expectations I had towards this record. To me they sound like a punkier version of Ohio's gore masters, Necrophagia, from The Divine Art of Torture album on, up to the band's latest album, WhiteWorm Cathedral. Isavar on vocals reminds me strongly of Killjoy's insane and deranged vocal delivery, and that's always a good sign. Besides that, Hellbomb's ravenous, amazingly vicious and even stylish combination of certain rebellious music styles turns out to be a successful recipe. I personally like the band's fuck-you-all punk attitude that they have so well incorporated into the songs, simply letting some steam off and not caring about anything else around them.
Hellbomb's debut album is a pretty crazy and hysteric sounding package all in all. I'm definitely going to keep my eyes out for their future comings and goings.
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