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Reviews – Servants Of Violence

01. To the Hounds Go the Trustworthy
02. Masks of Sorrow
03. Vulture Tradition
04. Tyranny Begins
05. Doomsday Prophecy
06. Wading By means of the Lifeless and Deceased
07. Servants of Violence
08. Sentenced to Loss of life
09. Manifested Ignorance
10. Fringe of Collapse

Loss of life metallic means many issues to many individuals at this level, however the essence of the style stays the identical: righteous riffs and most brutality. “Servants of Violence” has a bountiful provide of each. One more thrilling new prospect from the quickly increasing UK dying metallic scene, CASKET FEEDER are not any form of route-one dying metallic band, however their mastery of the shape’s rudimentary parts is self-evident right here.

Opener “To the Hounds Go the Trustworthy” slams down the blueprint: a large, bombastic intro, adopted by scything, deeply chunky riffs, bursts of blackened spite and a pitch-perfect drop of tempo that permits shades of epic doom into the combo. “Masks of Sorrow” is extra direct and deranged, spine-wrenching breakdowns, cudgeling blasts and a swarming, mid-paced detour that offers technique to yet one more prime slab of infernal chug.

A lot of CASKET FEEDER‘s British friends are firmly entrenched in old-school filth, however “Servants of Violence” is a meaner, extra streamlined tackle the identical primary concept. These songs thrash and grind with a sure (metallic) hardcore aptitude, not least on the unrelenting battery of “Vulture Tradition”, whereas additionally being persistently and impressively catchy all through. Songs like “Tyranny Begins” use straight-ahead dying metallic as a place to begin however subsequently cowl reasonably extra musical floor than you would possibly anticipate with frequent riffs of a distinctly frosty nature, occasional nods to the heavier finish of early ’00s metalcore and, on the heroically heavy “Doomsday Prophecy”, some skewed however unmistakable BOLT THROWER worship.

CASKET FEEDER attain a primary peak of efficacy on “Servants of Violence” itself. Though rooted in the identical uncooked supplies as its 9 counterparts, it is the one second right here that means a extra progressive and adventurous way forward for its creators. Not, in fact, that there’s something remotely improper with the way in which this album sticks to the brutal script, however this band have insane quantities of potential. As they display on the slithering horrors of the closing “Fringe of Collapse”, CASKET FEEDER have already got sufficient creativeness to make easy extremity sound contemporary, new and laudably disagreeable.

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