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Nadimac - Manifest Protiv Sudbine

Manifest Protiv Sudbine
by Lior "Steinmetal" Stein at 19 June 2015, 4:23 PM

Frankly, this is one of things that I like so much about reviewing albums, yes I am getting personal here, it is getting into the thick of the music sure but also getting to know new bands. Furthermore, I got various of chances of follow bands as their careers are being developed, step by step. Here you go, done with the personal moment. The Serbian bastards, NADIMAC, were actually the first band that I reviewed that I had no idea what the hell they were talking about, and I didn’t use Google Translate. With NADIMAC contributing their filth against the world in Serbian, I could only guess what their intentions were. On the other hand, through their Crossover / Thrash Metal onslaught, I had the feeling that their intent was to bash and destroy the ordinary life and to curse the grinding of society. “Manifest Protiv Sudbine” is the band’s fourth release, out now via the small label of Witches Brew. Prepare yourself for war.

In general, following their previous discography, NADIMAC’s vision towards the dance between what could be reflected as Hardcore / Punk and decisive Thrash Metal, never actually changed. Although, “Manifest Protiv Sudbine” comes forward as both the band’s toughest bullet in the chain and also the best produced in terms of sound. Musically, the main course is penetrating speed without further nonsense, immense brutal guitar riffery, simple as they come, and one hell of an aggressive manner of the vocals carried out by the everlasting screaming machine, the street thug Danilo "Dača" Trbojević and his guitaring partner at the barking spot Stefan "Ćora" Ćorović. There are a few areas throughout the songs that would imply of out of synch drummer, a lost base drum kick here or mainly not keeping check of the tempo, though those would slide, but should be kept under consideration.

I wouldn’t exactly put out MUNICIPAL WASTE or D.R.I. as the best comparison’s to the band’s tainted doctrine, yet I am sure that if you would mix those two together and add a whole lot of energy, you would find yourself thrashing, bashing and bleeding, even if your knowledge of Serbian doesn’t see past the first sentence.  The songs on the album wouldn’t leave you anywhere to run, just dash forward in fury. NADIMAC spits out their anger with utter one-dimensional arrangements, crossing fast forward without looking backwards. They began taking charge with the relentless “Stakleni Zidovi Klanice”. There is the ultimate Thrasher that doesn’t always speed for its pleasures “Duhovi Ulice” attributing catchy gang vocals. “Sa One Strane Sekire” showing grace to Trbojević’s vocal power that appears to be without limits. Finally there is “Bunike” that is one of NADIMAC’s heaviest of tunes, presenting a great solo action, but eventually surrendered to the band’s trust in Speed Metal.

NADIMAC might have missed their peak of development, as their musical experience remained the same, while also repeating the same aspects that led them on the previous releases. At least the production of the album sounded way better, displaying the band as a powerful and vicious unit.

3 Star Rating

1. Intro
2. Stakleni Zidovi Klanice
3. Krv Do Kolena
4. Evrope Danke Najn
5. Jebe Mi Se!
6. Duhovi Ulice
7. Retardiran Za Skejt
8. Sa One Strane Sekire
9. Uradi Sam (DIY)
10. Mrzim Narodnjake
11. Glas Pod Zemljom
12. Bunike
13. Nuklerani Rat Sad
14. Krvave Desni
Marko "Zec" Pavlović - Bass
Dragan "Draganče" Ristić - Drums
Stefan "Ćora" Ćorović – Guitars / Additional Vocals
Danilo "Dača" Trbojević - Vocals
Record Label: Witches Brew


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