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Evilizers - Center Of The Grave

Center Of The Grave
by Craig Rider at 05 June 2018, 6:23 AM

Metal maniacs, rejoice! I am proud to present to you: EVILIZERS; signed via Masd Records, hailing from Italian grounds - performing Heavy Metal, on their debut album entitled: “Center Of The Grave” (released March 26th, 2018).

Since formation in 2013 (originally formed as a JUDAS PRIEST cover band named PRIEST KILLERS), the quintet in question have finally delivered their debut album: “Center Of The Grave”. 9 tracks ranging at around 34:26; EVILIZERS arrange an intricately designed formula of hard-hitting Heavy Metal developments, starting off with the steel rotating introduction of “Machinery Of Evil” - advancing to the battering “Evilizers”; I already hear a concrete distinction of influences from aformentioned band, demonstrating a solid slab of Rob Halford-esquire screams to the blistering yet savagely sinister supply of rampaging rhythms and crunchy blasts of instrumentation and dominately dynamic musicianship.

Consisting of Fabio Attacco on vocals; the frontman provides a complex execution of clean cords, to screeching pipes which consistently contrasts with excelling performances. There is a grandiose manifestation of proficiently raw grit in the song “Final Goal”, showcasing Thrash Metal amalgamations which are hammering and brutally extreme. Dextrous guitar duo Fabio Novarese (Electric & Acoustic), and Davide Ruffa (Electric) deliver a diverse variety of riffs and solos in songs like the pulverizing “Metal Is Undead” & the anthemic titular track. The songwriting and sound production adroitness is profusely robust; creatively crafted with progressively technical attributions and a barraged aesthetic of organic substances, converged with bouncy grooves and elegant entertainment.

The End Is Near” distributes exquisite meticulous ramifications, flamboyantly pounding with sufficient audibility. Bassist Alessio Scoccati assaults his arsenal with fluidly polished skill, as in the song “Break Up” the frenzied onslaught establishes constructively distinguished results. Pianist Giulio Murgia (also on drums) embellishes on energetic relentlessness; differentiating with characteristics of efficaciously harmonic expertise, implementing captivating elements of crushing slams and hooks. “Death Of The Sun” triumps with enlightening fulfilments of orchestral concepts, still thunderously grinding with precise stability. Overall concluding the record with the epic “Survival”; I enjoyed a deadly discovery, EVILIZERS certainly outdone themselves with this one - worth checking out.

Songwriting: 8
Memorability: 8
Originality: 8
Sound Production: 9

4 Star Rating

1. Machinery Of Evil
2. Evilizers
3. Final Goal
4. Metal Is Undead
5. Center Of The Grave
6. The End Is Near
7. Break Up
8. Death Of The Sun
9. Survival
Fabio Attacco - Vocals
Fabio Novarese - Electric/Acoustic Guitars
Davide Ruffa - Electric Guitars
Alessio Scoccati - Bass
Giulio Murgia - Drums, Piano
Record Label: MASD Records


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