|Review: Embrional - The Devil Inside|
|The Devil Inside|
Label: Old Temple
Year released: 2015
Genre: Death Metal
Review online: August 19, 2015
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
for:The Devil Inside
Rated 4.33/5 (86.67%) (3 Votes)
It’s a fact that Poland has always been a country known for its quality Death Metal scene. Dropping names is pointless so let’s turn our attention to Embrional. This 4-piece act plays their Death Metal in a style similar to New York’s Immolation but I would say they go a step further in progressiveness including some unorthodox elements like those that made Voivod such a unique and highly original Metal band. Progressive Death Metal would be an appropriate term to describe Embrional’s stuff on their second studio album, The Devil Inside. The band’s music is full of twists and turns and they seem to enjoy constantly challenging themselves with complex song structures, something I respect very much. Vocalist/guitarist Marcin sounds a lot like Ross Dolan of Immolation, too.
The Devil Inside is a very ambitious record and the guys have paid a lot of attention to details. It’s a demanding album due to all the progressive elements and it may not be for everyone but their amazing musicianship should help them become more popular in the world of extreme Metal.
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