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Indestructible Noise Command - Terrible Things Award winner

Indestructible Noise Command
Terrible Things
by Craig Rider at 11 March 2019, 7:32 AM

Metal maniacs, rejoice! I am proud to present to you: INDESTRUCTIBLE NOISE COMMAND; signed via Rock ‘N’ Growl Promotions, hailing from the United States of America - performing Thrash Metal, on their 5th album entitled: “Terrible Things” (released March 8th, 2019).

Since formation in 1985; the band in question have 5 albums in their discography so far, I am introduced to their 5th album entitled: “Terrible Things”. 10 tracks ranging at around 44:47; INDESTRUCTIBLE NOISE COMMANDarrange an intricately designed formula of heavy-hitting Thrash Metal developments, “First Go Rek” begins the record - conveying concretely gritty flamboyancy, blasting with boistrously bouncy speed that remind me a lot of old-school ANTHRAXamalgamations with a modernized substance to it. Seemlessly speeding with sonic versatility, ultilized with unique technicalities and progressively primitive persistency – thrashing with ripping shreds and roaring relentlessness… stampeding wildly; rampaging wonderously like a ballistic bull, chugging and galloping into a barraged frenzy of chaotic mayhem.

Consisting of Dennis Gergelyon vocals; the frontman flamboyantly contrasts with consistently high-pitched pipes, pumped with profusely robust and raw ramifications - solidified with an organically rough shine to it. “Identifier” demonstrates diligently composed instrumentation from guitar duo Erik BarathAnthony Fabrizi; distributing meticulous manifestations, juxtaposed with jumpy inventivity in which explodes with blistering complexity, dexterity and constructively distinguished haste. Songs like “Declaration” and the titular track vehemently variate with thunderously thumpy stability; systematically dominating into a broad hysteria of hostile battering from audible bassist Dave Campo, injecting infectiously groovy catchiness on a aesthetic of amplified adrenaline and detailed flair.

Pledge Of Legions” forges crunchy harmonies in which create diversely dynamic craftsmanship; behemothly monstrous malignance, and a vast variety of prestigiously prodegious melodies. Implementing electrifying energy, and hammering blast beats from powerhouse drummer Kyle Shepard. Establishing experimental elements; integrated into immensely intense yet strong mid-tempo memorability, and a fortitute of salubrious songwriting originality – this here band excel with enlightening and fulfilling executions that frantically frolick with enjoyably entertaining firepower and expertise. “Unscathed” lacerates with scorching remedies; representing hardened hymns in which showcases quintessential  sharpness, guaranteed to get headbanging fix – fuelled with oppressive orchestration, crushing instrumentation and captivating distinctions.

Bone Saw Bullet” embellishes on more havoc; inflicting brutal carnage, a fluidly polished sound production and an aggressively charged collective of efficaciously effective bolts of killer lightning magnetism – submerging supreme subjugation and remarkable skill. “Salmonella” balances an impressive overarch of diligently adroit abilities; engaging on agility, conceptual culminations & an arsenal of riveting riffs and solos that scream with vengeful shotgun roars that is quite unprecedented yet welcome. “Nemesis” continues this bombardment of onslaughts; providing pounding specialities, blitzed into innovatively efficient detail in which result with savagely sinister stomping while pursuited with proficient rowdiness that vigourously slams with vitality - up to this point, INDESTRUCTIBLE NOISE COMMANDportray splendid rumbling tempos so far.

Overall concluding “Terrible Things” with the finale track: “Devil Of Hearts” in which features unparalled finesse; the borderline foundation here is a band who advance with rigourous velocity, while ignited with talented virtuosos of rapidly swift nimbleness and artistic adeptness - bottom line - INDESTRUCTIBLE NOISE COMMANDcertainly outdone themselves here, and characterize the Thrash Metal sub-genre with their own blend of outstanding musicalities. Definitely do check it out!

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

4 Star Rating

1. Fist Go Rek
2. Identifier
3. Declaration
4. Terrible Things
5. Pledge Of Legions
6. Unscathed
7. Bone Saw Ballet
8. Salmonella
9. Nemesis
10. Devil Of Hearts
Dennis Gergely– Vocals
Erik Barath– Guitar
Anthony Fabrizi– Guitar
Dave Campo– Bass
Kyle Shepard– Drums
Record Label: Rock ‘N’ Growl Promotions


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