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VALGRIND

VALGRIND
Morning Will Come No More
(Godeater Records)
57:28min

Italy is not just a fine place for pizza and pasta you can also find some fine Death Metal bands there. One of them is doubtlessly VALGRIND, which already exists since 1993 (born from the ashes of a band called NECROSPELL) but only released a bunch of demos, yet. Now after almost 20 years of existing Godeater Records from Germany thought that it would be time for a full-length and just released the band's debut album. I can't deny that this was a wise decision, "Morning Will Come No More" is a very varied album with rather fast, brutal straight forward parts, powerful mid paced stuff and many, many great melodic guitar leads. I really love those guitar leads which are a good counterpart to the brutality. The music could be best described as 90s US Death Metal with dark roaring vocals. I won't drop any names cause they somehow found their very own style, sure VALGRIND does not reinvent the old school genre but the Italians don't come too close to any of the well know 90s heroes. This album is definitely worth your attention, so get your fingers on "Morning Will Come No More" as soon as possible. I really hope that we don't have to wait two more decades for another album by VALGRIND because these Italians are truly talented. Thumps up!!! All further info at www.facebook.com/valgrindband, www.myspace.com/valgrindband, www.facebook.com/godeaterrec

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