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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

Tracklist:
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
Lineup:
Johannes Kamp - Bass
Felix Strauch - Drums
Martin Schümer - Guitars
Petja Pagel - Guitars
Sascha Rose - Vocals
Record Label: 7hard Records
     


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