|Review: Tyfon's Doom - Emperor's Path|
Label: Gates of Hell Records
Year released: 2017
Genre: Heavy Metal
Review online: April 18, 2018
Reviewed by: MetalMike
Rated 3.71/5 (74.29%) (7 Votes)
Like on their debut EP Yeth Hound from 2016, Tyfon's Doom play an early 80s-inspired propulsive and aggressive heavy metal on their first full-length, Emperor's Path. The sound is quite similar as main man Tommi Varsala is dedicated to his formula of chugging riffs and Cronos/Chris Boltendahl-style gravelly vocals. The sound is authentically 80s, raw and intense and I like the energy here, but the same songwriting limitations from the EP have carried forward. There's nothing that jumps out and the album goes by in somewhat of a blur. Nevertheless, I don't turn my nose up at solid heavy metal and neither should you. Tyfon's Doom are a band to watch.
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