|Review: Begerith - A.D.A.M.|
Label: Minotauro Records
Year released: 2017
Review online: August 26, 2018
Reviewed by: Michel Renaud
Rated 3.67/5 (73.33%) (3 Votes)
My first impression upon hearing this album is that it sounded like it was right out of the Polish scene. Close enough. The band was formed in Russia but the members have all relocated to Poland. When you think of Poland, black and death metal, two names are bound to come up: Behemoth and Vader. Begerith sure draw their influences from those extreme metal behemoths (uh-uh...) as some of the material on A.D.A.M. could fit on one of either band’s album. Still, Begerith do not come off as copycats and inject their own ingredients into the time-tested formulas of their Polish counterparts. There’s a bit of U.S. East Coast death metal in that drumming and the band also knows how to bank a lot on melody while not compromising the brutality and rawness of their sound one bit.
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