A unique blackened death metal sounding like if Deicide was influenced by Swedish black metal. Good! I'm waiting for their full-length album. ★ FFO: Deicide, Malevolent Creation, The Ugly, The Legion, Dark Funeral.
The blades are sharpened, the screams of vengeance and death grow louder, and far beneath the pits of Kadiköy's underground, the blackest flames of impurity rise up to the skies.
Diabolizer, the daemonic Death Metal entity consisting of members of Decaying Purity, Engulfed, Deggial and Godslaying Hellblast have finished first MCD "Apokalypse". "Apokalypse" offers 5 tracks of relentless death metal containing diabolical skills, unending wrath and worship of destruction. As a bonus, the CD will also contain 2 tracks from their very limited 2012 promo "Shadows Of Impending Decimation", which accounts for over 30 minutes of sonic holocaust!
Expect nothing but cruel, punishing and relentless death metal madness!
Cover art by Robert A. von Ritter Illustrations with design and colours originated by Mentalporn.
"“Process the Void” begins the EP in absolutely blistering fashion with a frenzy of seething, viper-fast riffs and turbocharged percussive pummeling. It’s also an introduction to the band’s voracious vocal mauling and scintillating lead guitar work, which includes a solo that burns like an acetylene torch. In just one song, Diabolizer will leave you breathless, but hungry for more.
And Apokalypse includes more gems where that came from. The vocals, which range from gruesome roars to hair-raising, blood-spraying shrieks, continue to explode with unhinged malevolence, and the furious, thrashing pace continues without pausing to let you catch a breath, propelled by still more militaristic drum work and sparked by even more maniacal, whammy-bar soloing, with barbaric riffs that writhe, drill, and slash at blood-boiling speed.
Apokalypse is a thoroughly electrifying paroxysm of demonic death metal, but the songs also pulse with hammering grooves that feed the need to headbang and they also include an array of morbid melodies that prove seductive as well as sinister."
NO CLEAN SINGING
Why do people like this music? Because they hate how it carries them away? How it transfers sound into inner peace? How it is right on, as a combination of all right sounds and tempo; like a violent peace that it is?
I just don’t know. FakeFur777