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INHERIT
INHERIT
Of Sin, Suffering And Sorrow
(self-financed)
12:47min

The material on offer on this demo CD was already recorded about a year ago, but it's of such a timeless nature that it doesn't really matter at all. INHERIT is a four-piece act from Brazil, musically totally dediciated to old school thrashing Death Metal, with an obvious love for vintage SLAYER. In all of the three songs on this demo ('Grave Of Sinners', 'Passing Through Agony' and 'Whom The Gods Love Dies Young') you're about to discover traces of the "Hell Awaits" era of the masters of Thrash (best reflected in the last one though). No matter if it's the riffing intensity, the diverse drumming or the overall clever structuring of the songs. Everything gets performed in a very exciting and incredibly tight manner, so that it's a real pleasure to listen to the tunes over and over again! But INHERIT are nevertheless far away from being plain copycats. Their material still has enough unique identity to convince the listener, and the fact that Igor Noblat's vocals are a lot darker than Araya's is just a little evidence for that. Unlike many other vocalists these days, he's neither using the insane screaming type of voice, nor the clean melodic or deep grunted Death style. What he delivers is just deep and brutal without coming across unnatural sounding. The whole band is obviously completely unimpressed by modern trends and instead heavily rooted in the pure Metal underground, which is always fine with me as long as the result still sounds so fresh as it does in this case. HEADHUNTER D.C.'s Sérgio (who kindly sent us this material) not only produced "Of Sin, Suffering And Sorrow", he also created the INHERIT logo and along with Arnald Asmoodeeus (UNGODLY, ex-MYSTIFIER) contributed guest vocals to the song 'Grave Of Sinners'. And hey, this man is known for having a good taste, isn't he? Just remember INCRUST... Unfortunately I'm not sure if the email address printed on the cover is still working, but give it a try and support these guys! They really deserve your attention! inherit_metal@hotmail.com

Frank Stöver

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