|Review: Witches' Sabbath - Witches' Sabbath|
Label: More Hate Productions
Year released: 2016
Review online: June 1, 2017
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
Some really cool and killer Spanish Black Metal (heavily Thrash Metal flavored) here up next... Witches' Sabbath is the name of this horde, and this self-titled album is their third studio release since they formed back in 1997.
Musically, Witches' Sabbath clearly seem to know what kind of sound they are after on this very punishing, murderous, unforgiving and all-holy-icons crushing disc, not apologizing to anyone, but hammering giant nails through your trembling, weak limbs mercilessly, making you weep and suffer to death on your miserable crosses. Drummer Ruymán Alemán must also be one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse; his skin bombardment is simply ferocious and meant to make you deaf for the rest of your life. They employ well all the elements Black and Thrash Metal have to offer without forgetting some irresistible melodies.
This album is definitely directed at the fans of such infamous hordes of Hell as Impaled Nazarene, Dark Funeral, Marduk and Funeral Age. Recommended.
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