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Corroding Sun - Corroding Sun

Corroding Sun
Corroding Sun
by Craig Rider at 06 October 2019, 9:59 AM

Metal maniacs, rejoice! I am proud to present to you: CORRODING SUN; signed via 7hard Records, hailing from the glory of Germany - peforming Heavy/Thrash Metal, on their self-titled debut album "Corroding Sun" (released August 30th, 2019)

Since formation in 2015; the quintet in question have 2 Singles, and their self-titled debut album in their discography so far. I am imtroduced to the latter; 8 tracks ranging around 43:37, CORRODING SUN arranges an intricately designed formula of hard-hitting Heavy/Thrash Metal amalgamations. The titular track begins the record; conveying boistrously bouncy crunchiness, amplified adrenaline & a blistering barrage of frantically flamboyant frenzies – fabricating groovy finesse & chugging gallops that frolick with meticulous manifestations. Developing hasty hymns, catchy instrumentation & a creative dose of deadly detail that distributes energetic firepower with explosive expertise. Compiled into a diligently fluid combustion of vehement ultilizations that showcases unique versatility, with progressively technical ramifications.

Consisting of Sascha Rose on vocals; the frontman embellishes on clean, high-pitched lungs with pipes of rawly rough skill. "Final Dawn" experiments with harmonically hybrid domination; establishing complex dexterity from guitar duo Petja Pagel & Martin Schümer, who supply thunderously sonic rhythms that seamlessly supply rapidly swift nimbleness & wildly rushing stability. Portraying venomously raspy patterns of razor-sharp vocals, while dynamically implementing crisp virtuosity of quintessentially persistent variety. "High Noon At Night" rambunctiously provides polished injections of infectious bass audibility from Johannes Kamp; examining pulsating thumps that shred with rip-roaring subjugation, relentless gnarliness & concrete grit while transistioned with quirky snappiness.

"Just Reflections" has a captivating cello intro; culminated into a distinction of distinguished craftsmanship; ending with a potently vibrant semi-ballad, forging a calamity of profusely robust melodies that salubriously subjugates organic substance and pounding pummelling from drumming powerhouse Felix Strauch, who smashes with tenacious tempos & while immersively hammering into battering consistency. "Only The Stars" bursts with flavour, energy & diverse euphony…with vocalization sounding like James Hetfield using their own style & raspy orchestration juxtaposed with mellifluously elegant conceptions that strike with sophisticated songwriting originalities. Wondering with prodegiously remarkable performances that quake with prestigious momentum.

"Sentimental Dilusion" contrasts into an atmospherical belter;  inventively fuelled hymns, harnessing heavy yet old-school traditions and a borderline foundation of punchy meatiness. It is especially impressive that CORRODED SUN element a wide margin of bulldozing blitzkrieg, fused with inventively constructive and eclectic assortments balancing a bombarding experience of well-used pursuits. "So Far Away" is a deadly eruption; delivering a corrosion of jumpy riffs, jarring solos that revolve with systematic ritual of multifarious executions in which is rather splendid – an adroitly weighty tune that stomps with subtle talent & thumpy precision… ending with a mighty shotgun blast at the end. Overall concluding "Corroded Sun" with the epic finale: "Towards My Fate"; I am compelled that this is a great debut for sure. An artistic slab of ruthless pandemonium, oozing with potentially vigourous remedy.

Bottom line; CORRODED SUN certainly outdone themselves for a debut, additionally splicing things up with miscellaneous manifolds is fantastic… indefinitely earns at least one listen - check it out.

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

4 Star Rating

1. Towards My Fate
2. Sentimental Disillusion
3. So Far Away
4. Just Reflections
5. High Noon at Night
6. Corroding Sun
7. Only the Stars
8. Final Dawn
Johannes Kamp - Bass
Felix Strauch - Drums
Martin Schümer - Guitars
Petja Pagel - Guitars
Sascha Rose - Vocals
Record Label: 7hard Records


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