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Banisher - Scarcity

by Eldad "Blacknasa" Stainbook at 14 November 2013, 3:51 PM

This is the second full release of this Polish Technical / Experimental Death Metal band under the name of BANISHER. I am sorry to say that even if  Technical Death Metal isn’t exactly near my alley, like on many of my reviews, I will try to evaluate the album without impartially.

“Scarcity” consists of ten tracks of a brutish kind of Death Metal mostly found in bands that produce the techy edge of the genre. After listening to the album twice, I felt as if I was suffering a kidney failure and found my thoughts drifting towards violence and murder. Essentially, this album lacks of anything that is considered musical value. It’s a meaningless noise of guitars with what seems to be very poor drumming that sound like something badly programmed while the vocals remain as something with a bit potential.

I conjure that this album is probably the worst one I have heard in a while. Since Technical Death Metal and I aren’t the best of friends, I suppose that fans of the genre might find something appealing within the lines and appreciate it better. So I say, why not, have a go at it. 

2 Star Rating

1. War on Drugs
2. Scarcity
3. Vanity
4. Dystopia
5. Black Blood
6. Incentives
7. Paradigm Shift
8. Exceptionalism
9. Corporatocracy
10. Benny Hill
Hubert Wiecek - Guitars
Tytus Kalicki - Vocals
Łukasz "Lucass" Krzesiewicz - Drums
Daniel Wójtowicz - Bass
Record Label: Independent


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