Search


Categories

Latest updates...

ENGULF - review
(August 16, 2018)
SLAUGHTERDAY - interview
(August 15, 2018)
Y&T - review
(August 13, 2018)
Y&T - review
(August 13, 2018)
Y&T - review
(August 13, 2018)
THE DEVIANT - review
(August 12, 2018)
PANZER SQUAD - review
(August 11, 2018)
GRAVESTONE - review
(August 10, 2018)
OMEGAVORTEX - review
(August 09, 2018)
DAMNATORY - review
(August 09, 2018)
ATAVISMA - review
(August 09, 2018)
APOSTASY - review
(August 08, 2018)
EXCOMMUNICATED - review
(August 07, 2018)
XORESTH - review
(August 07, 2018)
ABHORRENT FUNERAL - review
(August 06, 2018)
HERUKA - review
(August 05, 2018)
INTERNAL SUFFERING - review
(August 04, 2018)
STRIBORG - review
(August 03, 2018)
BRAHDR`UHZ - review
(August 03, 2018)
AKHENATEN - review
(August 03, 2018)
GODLESS ENTHROPIA - review
(August 03, 2018)
HORRORGRAPHY - review
(August 03, 2018)
AORNOS - review
(August 03, 2018)
WRATHRONE - review
(August 03, 2018)

HELLACAUST
HELLACAUST
Inevitable Dementia
(Morbid Moon Records)
42:35min

There aren't many bands who scream forth their blasphemies very convincingly these days. Naturally there are always a few, but they're few and far between in comparison to the... others. HELLACAUST are not one of those others. "Inevitable Dementia" is a vengeful record somewhat like, but not akin to: DESASTER, URN, and other bands with a blackened edge. HELLACAUST use blast beats far more frequently than either DESASTER or URN, which points to a distinct death metal influence, and who can blame them? Blast beats convey aggression very well indeed. At times the guitar tones are slightly overlapped by the drums, but its a minor flaw, and to some ears may even be an advantage. Bands like this deserve if not your devotion, then at least your respect. A good effort. www.myspace.com/hellacaust

Nathan Shapiro

< back   |   print   |   report errors



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