The voice alone is the reason enough for listening to this band. Though not the only one. The guitar players do a pretty decent job here. It’s not particularly original, but at this stage of the game we know that we’re not looking for originality here. Otherwise, we should be looking elsewhere. Anyway, for this record they provide us a vast array of good ol’ headbangeable riffs and brutal soloing, and its pretty audible. Also worth mentioning is that the vocalist uses a gruffer growl, a bit lower than his predecessor. Not a big deal anyway, a small dosage of harsh vocals as well, and has always been, part of this band signature. Another change Soulburner made for this album is most evident in the production.The drums and bass sound really cool. It features killer riffs that will be forever embedded in your brain. Soulburner from Chile did a great job on this one. This album is good!
Review by Paul Caravasi