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Degial - Predator Reign

Predator Reign
by Miranda Nessen at 17 January 2018, 4:34 AM

Pigs squealing, dark heavy guitar riffs and intense drums DEGIAL’s “Predator Reign” doesn't give you any warm up. Diving straight into it all within the first few riffs of the song. Thunderous vocals join into the mix quickly. This is a band that when one of their songs comes on, it demands your attention. Being a fan of the band, or never hearing of them before, they are not to be ignored. Their songs just eminate a domineering feel that hold your attention. “Predator Reign” is a heavy album quickly drawing the listener in with the heavy, pulsing rhythm of the drums and the soul sickening guitar scales. As soon as each song starts up, it's like being at a live concert, hanging is required.

“Devil Spawn” starts off with wailing guitars, quick paced drumming, building up to the vocalization to come. A song filled with long solos for the guitars to show off their demand in the songs. This song is an explosion of thrashing drums, screeching solos, and the perfect example of a DEGIAL song. DEGIAL doesn't miss a detail in getting every point in their songs to sound dark and heavy. Each song trying to outdo themselves. Getting heavier and more intense as the 39-minute album goes on. Darker and holding back on nothing, they leave nothing left to the imagination with the album “Predator Reign.”

Songwriting:  9
Originality: 7
Memorability: 6
Production: 9

4 Star Rating

1. Predator Reign
2. Thousand Spears Impale
3. The Savage Covenant
4. Crown of Fire
5. Devil Spawn
6. Hellstorm
7. Heretical Repugnance
8. Annihilation Banner
9. Triumphant Extinction
10. Clangor of Subjugation
H. Death - Vocals/Guitar
R. Meresin - Guitar
E. Forcas - Drums
P.J. Vorum - Bass
Record Label: Sepulchral Voice Records


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