Saturday, August 1, 2015

New Metal Reviews done on 8-1-15

Metal   Regards
Here  is  a  batch  of  new  reviews   this time  around  we  have  some  old-school  thrash and  black and  old-school  death  reviews  for  your  enjoyment.Hope  everyone  who  reads this  zine  will find some  metal to  their  liking.As  well  be  sure to  check  out  some  of our  past review  and  Interviews  with  bands  and  labels  from  around  the  world
Patrick
fiendformetal@live.com







Aversion--Aversion  cd/digital {Self-Released}
Aversion  comes  out  of the Canadian  black  metal  scene.Combing  early raw  aggressive  black metal  and  even  a  little  bit  of  atmosphere  in a  few  of the songs.Semi  fast  guitar  played  with  a lot  of  experience  and  structures.Drumming  is  in top  form  with  mainly  mid tempo  drums  but  the drummer  is  not  afraid  to  play  fast  and even  blasts  in a few  tracks  before  going  back to  a  mid-paced beat.The  vocals  are  old-school  raw black metal screams  and  some  whispering style  vocals  are  also  in a few  songs.Aversion are  a  band  to  watch  out  for  if your  into  the  early  days  of the  black metal  scene.
                                                                   Band    Contact
                                                             http://www.aversion.ca/
                                                     https://www.facebook.com/AversionBand
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Shrapnel    Storm--Mother  War  cd  {Witches  Brew Rec.}
Finland's  Shrapnel    Storm  release their  debut  cd  "Mother  War"  through  the  mighty  german  label  Witches  brew Rec.combing  the  power  of  early  U.S and  German   thrash  with  some  early  90's  death  metal  influences  mixed  into  the  sound.The  guitars  are  done  with  a lot  of  crazed  and  fast  riffs that  besides being fast  as  any thrash  band  are  played  with  a lot  of  skill and  experience.The  drums  are  heavy  and  range  between  fast  and  a  more  controlled  mid-paced  range.The  vocals  are  death  growls  with  some  screams  and  gruff  style  vocals   in  a few  sections.If your  a  fan  of the early to  mid  90's  death/thrash  scene then  defintly  give  Shrapnel    Storm  some  support.
                                                                    Label   Contact
                                                     http://www.witchesbrewthrashes.eu/
                                                   https://www.facebook.com/witchesbrewthrashes/timeline                                                                
                                                                                                              
                                                                 Band   Contact
                                           http://shrapnel-storm.com/site/category/news/
                                             https://www.facebook.com/shrapnelstormband
 
                                                                         
 
 
 
 
Vorzug--Call  Of  The  Vultures   cd/digital release  {Apollyon   Entertainment}
Arizona's  Vorzug have  released their  debut  cd  titled  "Call  Of  The  Vultures"   is  a  great  mix  of  death  and  black  metal  with  touches  of  thrashy  guitars.The  guitars  start  off  in the  mid-paced range  that  are  played  with  a lot  of  creativity  and skill. each  song  is   played  with  a lot  of  variety  without  loosing  any  of  the  metal  influences and  each  song  sounds  completely  different  then  the  one  before  it.The  vocalist  knows  how  to  keep  his  voice  in shape  going  from  traditional  death  growls  to  a  more  black thrashy  screams.This  is  a  good  debut  and  anyone  into  early  blackend  death  metal  should  defintly  give  this  band  a  listen  today.
 
                                                                  Band   Contact
                                                 https://www.facebook.com/vorzugmetal
                                          https://twitter.com/VorzugOfficial                                                                                                                                                                                                           
                                                                                           
 
 

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