Search


Categories

Latest updates...

LEATHER - review
(April 26, 2018)
KINGDOM - review
(April 25, 2018)
MISANTHROPIC RAGE - review
(April 25, 2018)
ANIALATOR - review
(April 24, 2018)
DRUID LORD - review
(April 23, 2018)
DEPRAVITY - review
(April 23, 2018)
PUNGENT STENCH - review
(April 23, 2018)
NAPALM DEATH - review
(April 21, 2018)
USURPRESS - review
(April 21, 2018)
MINDWARS - review
(April 21, 2018)
THE GROTESQUERY - review
(April 21, 2018)
PURTENANCE - review
(April 21, 2018)
DESECRESY - review
(April 21, 2018)
SKELETAL REMAINS - review
(April 21, 2018)
DEMONICAL - review
(April 20, 2018)
KILLING ADDICTION - review
(April 20, 2018)
CONFESSOR A.D. - review
(April 20, 2018)
ASPHAGOR - review
(April 19, 2018)
ANTLERS - review
(April 18, 2018)
NUCKIN`FUTS - review
(April 17, 2018)
SURVIVAL IS SUICIDE - review
(April 17, 2018)
PÁNICO AL MIEDO - review
(April 17, 2018)
EXEKUTION - review
(April 16, 2018)
GRAVEYARD - review
(April 16, 2018)
THE BLACK CANDLE - review
(April 15, 2018)

DETONATION
DETONATION
Emission Phase
(Osmose Productions)
49:28min

Well it seems that DETONATION aren't exactly popular here at Voices. Especially their last output has been executed rather harsh for combining pretty much everything worth loathing in modern Metal. And although I can see the point I still beg to differ: if you can find it in your heart to forgive them that they're still sticking to Gothenburg Melo-Death in 2007 you will find that there are far worse examples of this style. And that pretty much includes all of the bands that made that sound famous who are still around. Even if you're - like my humble self and presumably 98,9876 % of our readers - pretty much sick and tired of it you still have to admit that the Dutch definitely have a knack for blending tightness, heaviness and melody into compact and catchy songs. There are no real standout tracks and after all this is still far too much routine and sterility for me to embrace it, but at the end of the day nobody will ever surpass AT THE GATES anyway and it wouldn't be fair to blame one of the better bands still trying... www.osmoseproductions.com

Torsten Gründig

< back   |   print   |   report errors

Related reviews:


© 2000 - 2017 - Voices From The Darkside   |   Page origin: Dec. 04, 2000   |   Site notice   |   Privacy policy