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Betzefer - Entertain Your Force Of Habit

Entertain Your Force Of Habit
by Craig Rider at 31 August 2018, 2:52 PM

Metal maniacs, rejoice! I am proud to present to you: BETZEFER; signed via Metalville Records, hailing from Isralian grounds - performing Groove Metal/Metalcore, on their 4th album entitled: “Entertain Your Force Of Habit”.

Since formation in 1998; the quintet in question have 3 albums behind them, I am introduced to their 4th album entitled: “Entertain Your Force Of Habit”. 10 tracks ranging at around 35:01, BETZEFER arrange an intricately designed formula of heavy-hitting Groove/Metalcore develppments. Beginning the record with “One Way To No Way”; the band deliver a concretely solid slab of fuzzy grooves, amalgamated with an attributed aesthetic of battering flamboyancy and persistent ramifications. The Metalcore convergence is also profusely robust, relentlessly savage and balanced with battering grit with crunchy melodies and blistering rhythms that make for catchy contrast and captivating craftsmanship - the band execute distinguished creativity for that hammering experience.

Consisting of Aharon Ragoza on vocals; the frontman excels with complex pipes of raw and rough juxtapositions, with blood in the voice and guttural manifestations for good measure. “Dead Lines” conveys consistently bouncy dexterity from guitarist Matan Cohen-Grumi; demonstrating constructively meticulous thumps and pulverizing thunder, while distributing diligently progressive technicalites that have an organic substance of vehement skill. “Ain’t No Party ‘Till You Hurt Sombody” is a hardened track; fuelled with boistrous finesse and adrenaline pumping hymns in which have a borderline foundation of punchline persistency, as powerhouse drummer Roey Berman pummels his mettle with raw elements that implement jumpy salubriousness in the next belter “Never Been”.

Crash” frolicks with full-throttle acceleration; attributing in audible bass contributions from Rotem Inbar which efficiently establishes elegant hooks that pound with rampaging results, “Light Away” assaults with more onslaughts of unique ultilizations that slam with exquisite domination and dynamic diversity - variating with unprecedented proficiencies of heart-racing entertainment. “Truck Leaking Gasoline” is the most prodigous in songwriting and memorability; showcasing rapidly nimble swiftness and fluidly polished sound production expertise, the band energizes with excellent stability that manages to sonically thrash with solidly intense fabrications - “Dying Man” also captures cohesively adept enlightenments that gives me a boost of stampeding rage.

Hand In Hand To Hell” is a deadly yet furious track; filled with pent up aggression that is so heavy, I couldn’t help but want to unleash some of that myself. Overall concluding “Entertain Your Force Of Habit” with the epic finale song “The Last Song In The World”; I was pleansantly surprised with this discovery as all expectations were exceeded, BETZEFER certainly outdone themselves here.

Songwriting: 8
Memorability: 8
Originality: 8
Sound Production: 8

4 Star Rating

1. One Way To No Way
2. Dead Lines
3. Ain’t No Party ‘Till You Hurt Sombody
4. Never Been
5. Crash
6. Light Away
7. Truck Leaking Gasoline
8. Dying Man
9. Hand In Hand To Hell
10. The Last Song In The World
Roey Berman - Drums
Matan Cohen-Grumi - Guitars
Rotem Inbar - Bass
Aharon Ragoza - Vocals
Record Label: Metalville Records


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