Search


Categories

Latest updates...

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)
VARIOUS ARTISTS - review
(April 14, 2018)
FERAL - review
(April 09, 2018)
UNRAVEL - review
(April 09, 2018)
PERPETRATÖR - review
(April 06, 2018)
GOAT SEMEN - review
(April 05, 2018)
KOROIDIA - interview
(April 03, 2018)

ROARBACK
ROARBACK
Echoes Of Pain
(Mighty Music)
38:23min

Young Danish Thrashers in ROARBACK obviously love to thrash - and they love VADER, too. Well, at least I was associated by those two particular things right away when I was spinning ROARBACK's debut album "Echoes Of Pain" in my super-slim Dantax player a few times in a row, within the past 3 - 4 days or so. So, if you like both Thrash - and a nice and blistering solo and riff work that could have been borrowed either from Jeff (R.I.P. bro) or Kerry of SLAYER, added with a few things from the Polish Death Metal torpedoes VADER (specially vocal wise), then in that case you may throw some of your hard-earned cash stream toward ROADBACK's direction too. A kinda sad thing is, however, that ROARBACK - no matter how well they do their own (copycatting) thing, haven't been able to set the bushes on fire in any different way than so many other bands have already done before with their past and current releases. There's definitely some potential there in ROARBACK's 'we will come and crush yer weak skull' type of musical message, but unfortunately the first strike should always be deadly. With "Echoes Of Pain", you are just gonna lose a couple of fingers - and that's about it. I will give them some hope though when it's time to put out their follow-up album, as I am a pretty darn generous muthafukka. Seriously. Of course more about these young Danish Deathrashers can also be found, at www.facebook.com/roarback, www.mightymusic.dk

Luxi Lahtinen

< back   |   print   |   report errors



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