|Review: Gravehill - Metal of Death|
|Metal of Death|
Label: Enucleation Records
Year released: 2008
Review online: June 10, 2008
Reviewed by: Sargon the Terrible
for:Metal of Death
Rated 1.2/5 (24%) (5 Votes)
I would like to like this, since it features drummer Rhett Davis, formerly of the great Morgion and Keen Of The Crow, but really, this is stultifying Black/Death/Thrash with nothing interesting about it. The riffs are featureless, and the guitar production is so bad I can barely even hear them. The drums just bang out a relentless 4/4 beat and are mixed way too loud, so they are pretty much all you hear. Vocals are a standard rasp, and add nothing to music that really needed something added to it. I can't see any reason to own this.
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