|Review: Bastard Priest - Ghouls of the Endless Night|
|Ghouls of the Endless Night|
Label: Blood Harvest
Year released: 2011
Genre: Death Metal
Review online: March 6, 2012
Reviewed by: Michel Renaud
for:Ghouls of the Endless Night
Old school Death Metal from Sweden. Gotta love it. This is pretty much in the same vein as their previous album, throwing you about 20 years into the past and destroying everything in its past. This has a bit of a thrashy edge which makes it a bit more accessible to those who are not into all-out Death Metal brutality. Bastard Priest play it pedal to the metal but they slow down when it's called for and do not compromise on the heaviness in the process. Can't help but think of Hellhammer and Celtic Frost at times. There's also a hint of dirty, raw first and second-wave Black Metal in here which makes things even more interesting. If you're going to do the old school thing, you might as well do it right, and these guys do.
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