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TRIUMVIR FOUL
TRIUMVIR FOUL
An Oath Of Blood And Fire
(Third Eye Temple)
15:50min

This young band from the States is one to keep an eye on, because their demo ”An Oath Of Blood” is a wonderful vision of AUTOPSY onslaught! What will draw your attention immediately is the raw and heavy production that resembles a rehearsal of FUNEBRARUM or CORPSESSED. Members are still present or former members in mostly Black Metal bands like ASH BORER, URZEIT, CEREBRATE or UNHOLY CRUCIFIX. TRIUMVIR FOUL is abscent from any influence of these and offer everything the classic style of rotten darkness has to offer. From slow crawling doom to headbanging madness to blasting eruptions. ”An Oath Of Blood And Fire” features four tracks 'The Vacuum Of Knots', 'Abhorrent Depths', 'Silence Continuum' and 'Embalmed' (AUTOPSY cover) with songwriting that's done pretty effective. Especially the first two tracks are cool and seem to blend into each other while being their opposite in composition. Weak points aren't there. Maybe some riffs aren't catchy enough and are repeated too much for their own good like in 'Silence Continuum', but this feels as a louzy and treacherously forced remark that actually isn't worth mentioning (but a good way to make this review long enough). Naming all the bands that give you a hint to check these guys would be another one for the quotum, but you probably got the point already. Check (!) this out at http://triumvirfoul.bandcamp.com, www.thirdeyetemple.com

Michael Tak

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