|Review: Lucifericon - Al-Khem-Me|
Label: Invictus Productions
Year released: 2018
Genre: Death Metal
Review online: October 23, 2023
Reviewed by: Michel Renaud
Rated 3.6/5 (72%) (5 Votes)
I've always liked this band's name; it kind of catches the eye. On Al-Khem-Me, the band present a furiously heavy brand of blackened death metal with snarly, piercing, screechy and croaky vocals. Their sound is a wall-to-wall onslaught of blackened heaviness with an all-encompassing atmosphere of hate and spite. Overall it's old-school death metal with a hint of '90s Scandinavian black metal and there's some old Slayer in some of those riffs. All of this blended in a modern yet raw production that lets you enjoy every instrument while not neutering the band's sound. Recommended for when you want an album to pin you to the ground and make you its bitch.
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