|Review: I, Destroyer - Cold, Dead Hands|
|Cold, Dead Hands|
Label: Eternal Death
Year released: 2023
Review online: May 20, 2023
Reviewed by: Michel Renaud
for:Cold, Dead Hands
Rated 3.67/5 (73.33%) (6 Votes)
This band has been around since 2003 and only released four demos before this debut EP (long enough, at a little over 26 minutes, for some other bands to call that a full-length). I guess they were in no rush to unleash they speedy, old-school blackened thrash/death to unsuspecting ears. This is really fast and raw metal, crunchy and razor-sharp, and did I mention fast? I guess I did. There's nothing modern here, though I like their take on the old school, blending traditional heavy metal, first-wave black metal and death metal and adding a healthy dose of thrash. The screechy vocals are somewhat decipherable with some effort. An album that won't let you standing still. Lots of headbanging fun followed by a visit to your chiropractor.
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