|Review: Incinery - Dead, Bound and Buried|
|Dead, Bound and Buried|
Year released: 2014
Genre: Thrash Metal
Review online: December 24, 2014
Reviewed by: MetalMike
for:Dead, Bound and Buried
Rated 4/5 (80%) (2 Votes)
It isn't often something as derivative as Incinery's debut album, Dead, Bound and Buried, is also completely awesome but that's certainly the case here. The album is a case study of mid-80s Thrash Metal with Testament the primary influence and a healthy dose of Slayer and other "left-coast" bands added to the mix. Incinery's songs are thoroughly crunchy yet never at the expense of melody and while songs like "Destroy the Gods" or "The Madman's Tale" sound like stuff you've heard many times before that will not stop you from banging your head. The riffing is powerful, the solos Hanneman/King extravaganzas of squeals and the vocals gruff and bruising without straying into Death growls. With just a little bit of individual character or inventiveness, Incinery could be a real force in Thrash Metal. Until then, grab Dead, Bound and Buried and file between The Legacy and Reign in Blood.
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