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DEMONIC OBEDIENCE
DEMONIC OBEDIENCE
Fatalistic Uprisal Of Abhorrent Creation
(Satanath Records)
33:16min

DEMONIC OBEDIENCE from Scotland are only active since 2013 but have released their third full-length already. Started as a one man show they finally grew to a three-piece now with a bass-player and German vocalist who both seem to bring some new and evil energy into their game. The opener 'Conjuration‘ is a quite intense starter into the album with thick shredding guitars. The band plays blackend Death Metal, often crossing the borders between Death and Black Metal but always staying fast and aggressive. The guitars are really brutal but always very technical with partly complex solos and melody lines, while the rhythm guitars are brutal and very thick. The bass-lines of their new member are pretty brutal as well and very well played while the drumming is organized, very technical and brutal and so it delivers a solid fundament without sounding programmed at all. The vocals are brutal and slamming and fit very well into the whole concept. The guys do not deliver anything new and surely might have problems to establish their music in the mass of the current releases, but fans of brutal and blackened Death Metal should give these guys a chance anyway as Ntavelas' songwriting is solid and his guitar-work presents some pretty nice and very technical tunes. This album is diverting and not groundbreaking, but at least worth being checked out and with some more promotion the band could really receive more attention. For more info, please check one of the following sources: www.facebook.com/demonicobedience, www.satanath.com

Michael Kujawska

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