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CD review WRONG "Feel Great"

Veröffentlicht am 21. April 2018 von Markus W. in Wrong, Feel Great, News, Alternative Metal, Groove Metal, CD, Relapse Records, Hardcore, Metal, Post-Rock, Post-Metal, Post-Punk

CD review WRONG "Feel Great"

(8/10) Who doesn't want to feel great? I think that especially in times of uncertainty and political absurdity the need for feeling great, at least for some moments, is a something most of us have more the ever. What can help to feel good is listening to Wrong's newest strike entitled "Feel Great".

The longplayer features eleven songs that sound like a mighty steamroller. Downtuned guitars and heavy riffing dominates the scene. Wrong merges metal, punk and alternative rock into music that reminds me of New York groove machine Prong, but also bands like Helmet came to my mind while listening to these intense songs on "Feel Great".

The quartet constructs an unbreakable wall of riffs that gets out of the speakers extremely well. It‘s songs like „Errordome“ and „Come Apart Ment“ that‘s very much inspired by Page Hamilton and band. As being an Helmet fan from the very beginning I immediately liked what Wrong‘s doing on „Feel Great“.  

As most of the tunes are more moderately paced, Wrong adds additional firepower to "Feel Great" with some uptempo tracks of which "Crawl Instead" is one of. Songs like the mentioned clearly shows the hardcore influences and stand for great moments on this 30 minutes longplayer.

"Feel Great" has enough energy to turn a bad day into a good one and it might help to grab these moment of feeling great and hold them a bit longer.

 

(8/10)

 

Tracklist:

  1. Errordome
  2. Culminate
  3. Pustule
  4. Nice Job
  5. Feel Great
  6. Upgrade
  7. Crawl Instead
  8. Come Apart Mend
  9. Zero Cool
  10. Gape
  11. Anaerobic

 

Label: Relapse Records

Genre: Alternative Metal

Release Date EU: April 13th, 2018

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YOB announces a new album

Veröffentlicht am 18. April 2018 von Markus W. in YOB, Doom Metal, Sludge, Alternative Metal, Our Raw Heart, News, Relapse Records

YOB announces a new album

Doom outfit YOB announces a new album entitled "Our Raw Heart". Release date is June 8th and the longplayer comes via relapse Records.

This is the track list:

1. Ablaze
2. The Screen
3. In Reverie
4. Lung Reach
5. Beauty in Falling Leaves
6. Original Face
7. Our Raw Heart
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CD review BLACK SALVATION "Uncertainty is Bliss"

Veröffentlicht am 1. April 2018 von Markus W. in Black Salvation, Uncertainty is Bliss, Rock, Gothic, Dark Metal, Krautrock, News, CD Review, Relapse Records

CD review BLACK SALVATION "Uncertainty is Bliss"

(7/10) Leipzig in Saxony, Germany is the home base of a psychedelic rock outfit called Black Salvation. The band released the debut in 2014, framed by some EP’s that saw the light of day before and after “In Deep Circles” hit the shelves.

Black Salvation is a trio comprising of Paul Schlesier being founder and frontman (v/g), Uno Bruniusson on drums and Birger, who joined in 2011, on bass. These three guys worked on the sophomore album “Uncertainty is Bliss” which will be available after Easter this year.

The band’s second delivery includes eight songs that gave me a hard time in the beginning. I have to admit that the first time I listened to “Uncertainty is Bliss” didn’t lead to full excitement. I can’t even tell you exactely why this was the case. Maybe I expected something else, not knowing the band’s debut. What was clear though was the fact that involved musicians did a good job and also songwriting shows good ideas that were realized on the album.

With having this in mind the album was spinning a few more times and grew over time. “Uncertainty is Bliss” needs some loops to unveil its dark beauty. The mixture metal, post-punk and krautrock demands some time and space to bloom since band and song don’t follow the conventional patterns.

To sum up: “Uncertainty is Bliss” is a well-crafted psychedelic rock album that has some depth and follows a path that’s far away from mainstream. Still it’s approachable though when giving it the time needed to unveil the details and bloom. It might not deliver a totally new experience for listeners, but it contains enough exciting moment to check it out.

 

(7/10)

 

Tracklist:

  1. In A Casket’s Ride
  2. Floating Torpid
  3. Breathing Hands
  4. The Eye That Breathes
  5. Leair
  6. A Direction is Futile
  7. Grey River
  8. Getting Slowly Lost
  9. The Chapel (Bonus Track)
  10. Follow Me Down (Bonus Track)

 

Label: Relapse Records

Genre: Psychedelic Rock

Release Date EU: April 6th, 2018

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CD review ZEKE "Hellbender"

Veröffentlicht am 23. März 2018 von Markus W. in Zeke, Punkrock, Punk, Rock, Metal, News, CD Review, Relapse Records

CD review ZEKE "Hellbender"

(7/10) The epicenter of rock music in the 90’s was located in Washington. Seattle is still known as the city where grunge was born and it was this new musical genre that overshadowed the fact that there were much more band hailing from Seattle outside the grunge movement.

No less than metal icons Queensryche are from Seattle but also punk bands like Zeke call the North East of the US their home. The debut, “Super Sound Racing”, was released in 1995, followed by some more records.

Over the last years it became a bit quite when it comes to Zeke, with the last studio album being 14 years old. 2018 is the year of Zeke’s return. The guys ship their new longplayer “Hellbender” to the record shops on March 30th, an album that’s a real blast.

Zeke isn’t known for complex songs and calmer sounds. These guys are known for smashing and fast punk rock which they also put on “Hellbender”. 15 song in total make you feel like sitting in a speed-train without breaks. The punk roots are obvious with each of the songs, but Zeke’s sound is more than only punk. Over time the guys added some metal and blues parts to the mix which makes them sound like a punk version of the legendary Motörhead.

“Hellbender” became an aggressive and energetic album with right-in-your-face songs. These tunes are gaining in intensity by the sound of the album. No less that Jack Endino was at the helm and gave the album a spot-on sound that makes these 20 minutes to a wild ride that will be loved by rock/punk purists.

 

(7/10)

 

Tracklist:

  1. All the Way
  2. Two Lane Blacktop
  3. On The Road
  4. Working Man
  5. Hellbender
  6. County Jail
  7. Burn
  8. Goin’ Down
  9. White Wolf
  10. AR-15
  11. Cougar Rock
  12. Devil’s Night
  13. Ride On
  14. Redline
  15. Big Rig

 

Label: Relapse Records

Genre: Thrash & Punk

Release Date EU: March 30st, 2018

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CD review IRON REAGN & GATECREEPER - Split

Veröffentlicht am 28. Februar 2018 von Markus W. in Iron Reagan, Gatecreeper, Relapse Records, News, Hardcore, Crossover, Punk, Thrash Metal, Death Metal, CD Review

CD review IRON REAGN & GATECREEPER - Split

(7/10) Relapse Records has a split release in the pipeline that sees the light of day beginning of March. Crossover thrashers Iron Reagan share an album with death metal powerhouse Gatecreeper. The latter added three songs to the total while Iron Reagan is present with five new tracks.

Things start with Iron Reagan, honoring again the glorious days of crossover thrash, times when bands like Nuclear Assault and D.R.I. had their peak moments. The quintet didn’t accept any compromises in the past and also the new songs follow this merciless approach. Iron Reagan is pushing the pedal to the metal which ends up in extremely speedy smashers such as „Warning“ or the 43 seconds blast „Proudly Unaccountable“. The only moment of moderate pace is „Take the Fall". Not that it's of extremely different tempo but it’s build on a slightly slower pace which brings a great groove more to forefront. Not a too bad thing, I must say.

After such a speed attack, Iron Reagan hand over to Gatecreeper. All of a sudden you're confronted by a totally different sound construct and thankfully there is an intro entitled „Daybreak" that prepares you for a death metal ride. Gatecreeper is specialized for oldschool death metal that reminds of bands like Obituary. It’s not that you’re paralyzed by new things after you listened to „Dead Inside“ and „War Has Begun“. Gatecreeper’s mission isn’t to redefine death metal. They build their songs on roots that lead back to Tampa in the eighties. However, what Gatecreeper brings to the table is still great music and listening to the songs is a pleasure without any suffering.

This split CD is a good way of checking out two bands of Relapse Records rich portfolio of metal outfits that you maybe would have missed otherwise.

 

(7/10)

Tracklist:

Iron Reagan

  1. Warning
  2. Paper Shredder
  3. Take the Fall
  4. Proudly Unaccountable
  5. Burn For This

Gatecreeper

  1. Daybreak (Intro)
  2. Dead Inside
  3. War Has Begun

 

Label: Relapse Records

Genre: Thrash Metal / Death Metal

Release Date EU: March 2nd, 2018

 

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CD review MAMMOTH GRINDER "Cosmic Crypt"

Veröffentlicht am 20. Januar 2018 von Markus W. in Mammoth Grinder, Cosimc Crypt, Relapse Records, Grind, Death Metal, Thrash Metal, News, CD Review

CD review MAMMOTH GRINDER "Cosmic Crypt"

(7/10) Mammoth Grinder's first era began in 2006 and with the band being formed by members of Power Trip, Iron Reagan and Darkest Hour. Three albums have been the result of Mammoth Grinder's work before than band went on a hiatus in 2014. 

The trio celebrates a comeback in 2018 with a renewed line-up. The only remaining founding member is frontman Chris Ulsh while the new players are Ryan Parrish (d) and Mark Bronzino (g). 

The three-piece band worked on a new longplayer, being number four in Mammoth Grinder's discography. In total the longplayer features eleven song with the title track "Cosmic Crypt" having been release already in 2014 on a demo, having the same title.

"Cosmic Crypt" is a death metal album that showcases anarchic death metal. The credo of Mammoth Grinder isn't to go for filigree songs with many twists and turns. It's the opposite. The tunes are kept rather simple and fierce. The trio combines on their newest album the harshness of death metal with the lawlessness of punk, a good mix I must say.

The album comes with a great sound, done by Chris Pierce (Recording) and Arthur Rizk (Mix) while the mastering as done by no less than Joel Grind from Toxic Holocaust. 

"Cosmic Crypt" is a well-crafted death metal record that contains a lot of firepower and is worth to be checked out.

 

(7/10)

 

Tracklist:

  1. Grimmenstein
  2. Servants of the Most High
  3. Blazing Burst
  4. Divine Loss
  5. Molotov
  6. Superios Firepower
  7. Human is Obsolete
  8. Locusts Nest
  9. Mysticism
  10. Rotting Robes
  11. Cosmic Crypt

 

Label: Relapse Records

Genre: Death Metal

Release Date EU: January 26th, 2018

 

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CD review GENOCIDE PACT "Order of Torment"

Veröffentlicht am 19. Januar 2018 von Markus W. in Genocide Pact, Relapse Records, New, Order of Torment, Death Metal, Doom Death Metal, Thrash Metal, CD Review

CD review GENOCIDE PACT "Order of Torment"

(7/10) Genocide Pact, hailing from Washington DC, are a rather new band. Founded in 2013, the band released their debut "Forged Through Domination" in 2015. Three years later it's high time to come with a new album and here it is. 

The sophomore longplayer "Order by Torment" will be shipped to the record stores on February 2nd, featuring eight new death metal anthems. The length of these tunes already states that Genocide Pact aren't solely fans of speed and high pace. At least half of the songs crosses the 5 minutes line, leading to a total running time of intense 40 minutes.

If you want to get and idea about how Genocide Pact sounds like you can take "Decimation Grid" as a good example. It's the shifts from uptempo to slo-mo parts that characterizes the album in a good way. Faster moments are followed by doom death sections in which the band reduces tempo a lot. This gives space for ferocious riffs and an extremely powerful groove. On top of this there are deep growls by frontman Tim, adding additional sinisterness to the album.

"Order of Torment" might not be a revolution in death metal. The album is more of a well-executed death metal release that is loud, noisy, brutal and evil. Horns up.

 

(7/10)

 

Tracklist:

  1. Conquered and Disposed
  2. Decimation Grid
  3. Spawn of Suffering
  4. Pain Reprisal
  5. Ascendancy Absolved
  6. Structural Dissolution
  7. Authoritarian Impulse
  8. Blood Rejection

 

Label: Relapse Records

Genre: Death Metal

Release Date EU: February 2nd, 2018

 

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CD review MYRKUR "Mareridt"

Veröffentlicht am 11. September 2017 von Markus W. in Myrkur, Black Metal, Folk Metal, Rock, Relapse Records, CD Review, News

CD review MYRKUR "Mareridt"

(8/10) The ones of you who heard of Myrkur earlier know, that this release isn't an easy-going longplayer. Myrkur's music is a more than challenging adventure, pushing limits of metal to its extreme. I think that the expression 'extreme music' never was used in a better conjunction than with what Amalie Bruun, Myrkur's real name, delivers with her longplayers. Simply being a one-woman project, Bruun achieved some first jaw-dropping reactions with the self-titled EP, which saw the light of day in 2014. The debut "M" was next with "Mareridt" being the sophomore release.

Myrkur newest achievement continues with disturbing sounds. Bruun, originally being from Denmark, is classically trained what's reflected also on the new album. It's a thin line between genius and chaos with the Danish multi-instrumentalist finding an excellent way of balance the two poles.

The title track starts the album with a yelp followed by mystic vocal. It's an atmospheric start into the album with an evil blast that comes next. Harmonic vocals and speedy guitars create a unique sound that's captured in " Måneblôt" . To keep things exciting a break half-way gives you a moment of peace before evil takes over again. These two songs give a pretty good overview of what to expect from the record. The album contains a lot of darkened creativity that sometimes sounds wistful, sometimes bright and light, turning into a raging metal storm a second later. 

A highlight you shouldn't miss is "Funeral". It's one of the most intense songs on the album. Deep minor sounds create a gloomy and baleful atmosphere with Bruun and Chelsea Wolfe sharing vocals. This song is a trip into the spiritual abyss, captured in a three minutes sonic masterpiece.

"Mareridt" is a voluminous and complex album that serves a niche within metal. Myrkur is a counterpart to mainstream and so is the new album. If you want to challenge your musical framework and if you're open for something that's exciting and different, than you should give this longplayer a chance. 

 

(8/10)

 

Tracklist:

  1. Mareridt

  2. Måneblôt

  3. The Serpent

  4. Elleskudt

  5. De tre piker

  6. Funeral

  7. Ulvinde

  8. Glasiatrix

  9. Kættern

  10. Børnehjem

 

Label: Relapse Records

Genre: Black Metal

Release Date EU: September 15th, 2017

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CD review TAU CROSS "Pillar of Fire"

Veröffentlicht am 14. Juli 2017 von Markus W. in Tau Cross, Voivod, Amebix, News, CD Review, Thrash Metal, Punk, Hardrock, Relapse Records, Alternative Metal, Alternative Rock

CD review TAU CROSS "Pillar of Fire"

(9/10) It was two years ago when a band arouse attention with an album that featured jaw-dropping good songs. The name of this powerhouse is Tau Cross, a new collective of musicians with various backgrounds. Amebix frontman Rob Miller belongs to Tau Cross as well as Voivod drummer Michel Langevin being in on it. Next to these two guys it’s Andy Lefton, Jon Misery, James Adams and Tom Radlo completing the line-up that worked on the bands sophomore longplayer “Pillar of Fire”.

The debut, simply named “Tau Cross”, was already a blast that increased expectations when it comes to the second longplayer. After having listened to the new album several times I can tell you that all expectations have been easily fulfilled. Tau Cross picks up where they left with the debut.

Anarchic metal meets punk meets hardrock, that’s what the debut was about and that’s what you get served with the new record. “Pillar of Fire” features eleven songs that are edgy, spot-on and raw. “Raising the Golem” is the first chapter of this exciting release and it starts dark and mysterious. After a few seconds the intro turns into the actual song which is a well-chosen opener. It comes with a hypnotic beat and the hoarse vocals by Miller are already a trademark in itself. This opener does the job, being an appetizer for more … and you get more.

As mentioned earlier in this review, Tau Cross’ spectrum of songs is a wide one. ”On the Water” states this in a perfect way. The tune is almost an homage to the mighty Motorhead. It’s not only the vocals that reminds of the iconic trio, it’s the way how the song’s built up. Another highlight is the title track that starts acoustic and calm. This beginning brought Sisters Of Mercy and Fields Of The Nephilim to my mind. It’s a gloomy and melancholic number that stays in this mood from beginning till end. It’s a special song that stands out from the rest and therefor is the perfect name-giver for the album.

Another song I would like to stand still for a minute is “Killing the King” with its Killing Joke vibe included. I like the merciless drums in the beginning of this harsh and partly mystic song.

“Pillar of Fire” is the highly anticipated second Tau Cross longplayer and it fully lives up to expectation. These guys are rightly top rated and also get well-deserved nine points from MHMB.

 

(9/10)

 

Tracklist:

  1. Raising Golem
  2. Bread and Circuses
  3. On The Water
  4. Deep State
  5. Pillar of Fire
  6. Killing the King
  7. A White Horse
  8. The Big House
  9. RFID
  10. Seven Wheels
  11. What Is a Man

 

Label: Relapse Records

Genre: Alternative Metal

Release Date EU: July 21st, 2017

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CD review THE OBSESSED "Sacred"

Veröffentlicht am 17. April 2017 von Markus W. in The Obsessed, Doom Metal, NWoBHM, Heavy Metal, Classic Rock, News, CD Review, Relapse Records

(7/10) It was in the beginning of February this year when the inventors of doom metal started their well-deserved pension. Black Sabbath played their last show in Birmingham, UK and with the last riff fading in the black sky it looks very much the band became a part of history.

Therefor it’s even more important that the next generation of bands, in the meantime also in their 50's, keep the spirit alive. The Obsessed is one of these bands that were and are very much influenced by the quartet from Birmingham. The guys from Maryland began in 1976 as Warhorse before they renamed themselves into The Obsessed. After having been on a longer hiatus the band unveils with „Sacred“ a kind of comeback album. It’s the first studio release since „The Church Within“ which dates back to 1994.

„Sacred“ starts with „Sodden Jackal“ which is an excellent doom metal representative. Slow guitars and hypnotic vocals dominate the track that comes with a dark vibe, reminding of the mentioned Black Sabbath. Compared with the opener, „Punk Crusher“ feels almost light and easy. The Obsessed shifts gears, plays faster and since the track comes with a solid melody component I was more reminded of bands like Saxon. „Punk Crusher“ is a cool song that’s more rooted in the early days of NWoBHM than pure doom metal. Talking about the 70’s means also to mention „Razor Wire“. It’s some Deep Purple that shimmers through and adds a classic rock element to this album. 

Another song that worth to mentioned is „Cold Blood“. The four minutes lasting instrumental takes the listener again back to the Sabbath days. The main component of the track is a Iommi-inspired riff that sounds pretty cool, even though not very unique. The longest number on the album is called „Stranger Things“. It’s not only the length that makes this tune slightly different. It sounds in one or another way quite modern compared to the rest of the album. The song has its moments but it sounds a bit average too. 

So, what’s the conclusion? „Sacred“ doesn’t fill the gap that the end of Black Sabbath created. However, it’s an album that features some quite good doom metal track and offers a menu of well-done metal songs that reminds of the early days of metal. I like „Sacred“ with its honesty and nostalgic approach. The Obsessed meets expectations with this new studio longplayer.

 

 

 

(7/10)

 

 

 

Tracklist:

1. Sodden Jackal
2. Punk Crusher
3. Sacred
4. Perseverance of Futility
5. It’s Only Money
6. Cold Blood
7. Stranger Tings
8. Razor Wire
9. My Daughter My Sons
10. Be the Night
11. Interlude
12. On So Long (Bonus)
13. Crossroader (Bonus)

 

 

 

 

Label: Relapse records

Genre: Doom Metal

Release Date EU: April 7th, 2017
CD review THE OBSESSED "Sacred"
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CD review OBITUARY "Obituary"

Veröffentlicht am 4. März 2017 von Markus W. in Obituary, Death Metal, Heavy Metal, Thrash Metal, News, CD Review, Relapse Records

(8/10) Obituary belongs to the generation of death metal bands that acted as pioneers for this entire genre. Tampa, Florida became a stronghold for US-based death metal, being also the home base for Obituary. The debut of this fivepiece band started a new area of death metal. “Slowly We Rot” was a brutal and basic sound assault that got a lot of attention at that time and still belongs to the milestones in metal history. What led to the final breakthrough was the next longplayer “Cause of Death” that includes classics such as “Body Bag” and “Chopped in Half”.

27 years later Obituary is still a strong player in metal with a new album in the pipeline. Three years after the well-done “Inked in Blood” release the quintet from Florida recorded a new record. Their tenth disc is a self-titled album that includes ten new death metal anthems.

“Obituary” was recorded in the bands home studio in Tampa, Florida and it’s a proof that 30 years in business doesn’t mean that you necessarily need to become tired. The guys got older, the songs became more mature, but in the end it’s the intensity and the uncompromised rawness of each of the songs that makes “Obituary” to what it is – another great death metal album that shows the band at its best.

The guys don’t waste time and start in full blast. “Brave”, the opener, is a fast and furious track. This album doesn’t come with any intro or warm-up phase. “Brave” is a first sonic smash into your face. You might not be fully recovered from this first song when facing the next one. “Sentence Day” continues where “Brave” ended. The pace of these two tracks is amazing with the latter including brilliant leads.

Obituary is also known for more moderate paced tracks with a mighty groove embedded. “Lesson in Vengeance” is the first song of this kind on the new album. It’s with three minutes also ‘much’ longer than the opening double-header before the great “End it Now” takes over. With an almost epical length of four minutes the song overruns everything that’s in its way. After the blast in the beginning it’s the groove that takes over step by step, esp. in the second half, leading to songs like “Straight to Hell” which sounds like slowly moving stream of lava, running down the vulcano. It is a 100% Obituary song and I think it’s one of the best ones on an excellent album. But what impressed me most is the almost doom-based middle section. This part gave me the shivers. Death metal can’t be more intense than what this song offers.

This self-titled death metal beast is another cornerstone in Obituary’s extensive discography. The guys underline again that they belong to the innovators of death metal and “Obituary” proves that are still on top of things. This longplayer is another jaw-dropping experience for oldschool fans and death metal rookies.

 

(8/10)

 

Tracklist:

  1. Brave
  2. Sentence Day
  3. Lesson in Vengeance
  4. End It Now
  5. Kneel Before Me
  6. It Lives
  7. Betrayed
  8. Turned to Stone
  9. Straight From Hell
  10. Ten Thousand Ways to Die

 

Label: Relapse Records

Genre: Death Metal

Release Date EU: March 17th, 2017

CD review OBITUARY "Obituary"
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CD review IRON REAGAN "Crossover Ministry"

Veröffentlicht am 19. Januar 2017 von Markus W. in Iron Reagan, Relapse Records, Hardcore, Punk, News

(8/10) This band is no stranger. Iron Reagan began as a side project by members of bands like Municipal Waste and Darkest Hour. "Worse Than Dead" was the debut of this new project. One year later, in 2014, the sophomore "The Tyranny of Will" was welcomed by metalheads all over the planet, now followed by the third longplayer.

In the tradition of the earlier releases Iron Reagan continues with their hardcore thrash metal melting pot leading to songs that are short and spot on. 18 tracks in not even 30 minutes are a clear statement. "Crossover Ministry" is a furious piece of music that's a pleasure for fans of bands like Suicidal Tendencies up to Nuclear Assault and the early Anthrax.

"Megachurch" for example includes phrasing that sounds very much like Suicidal-frontman Mike Muir, including some typical hardcore screams as a counterpart - a cool tune and a pleasure for each listener. 

This album feels like an express train with forgotten breaks. Iron Reagan rushes through the eighteen songs as if there would be no tomorrow. This longplayer doesn't give you a chance to take a breath. Piano-parts, like in the beginning of "Dead With My Friends" are an exception. After a few seconds a grooving riff starts the actual song that builds up to another high speed hardcore thrasher. 

Also having a look into the lyrics shows typical themes of crossover. Iron Reagan thematizes topics about the current state of the world ("A Dying World") up to trouble with the neighborhood ("Fuck the Neighbors").  

Iron Reagan celebrates good old crossover, merging hardcore and thrash metal into a brutal release that's like a musical smash into your face.

 

(8/10)

 

Tracklist:

  1. A Dying World
  2. You Never Learn
  3. Grim Business
  4. Daed With my Family
  5. No Sell
  6. Condition Evolution
  7. Fuck the Neighbors
  8. Power of the Skull
  9. Crossover Ministry
  10. More War
  11. Blatant Violence
  12. Parents of Tomorrow
  13. Bleed the Filth
  14. Megachurch
  15. Shame Spiral
  16. Dogsnotgods
  17. Eat or be Eaten
  18. Twist Your Fate

 

Label: Relapse Records

Genre: Crossover

Release Date EU: February 3rd, 2017

CD review IRON REAGAN "Crossover Ministry"
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