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NadimaC - Raspad Sistema Award winner

Raspad Sistema
by Craig Rider at 17 October 2020, 9:37 PM

Metal maniacs, rejoice! I’m proud to present to you: NADIMAC; signed via Xtreem Music; hailing from Serbia grounds - performing Thrash Metal/Crossover, on their 2nd EP entitled: “Raspad Sistema” (released August 29th, 2020).

Since formation in 2003; the quartet in question have 1 Demo, 17 Splits; 2 Videos, 1 Compilation & 5 Full-Length Albums in their discography so far. I’m introduced to their 2nd EP entitled: “Raspad Sistema”. 5 tracks ranging at around 13:42; NADIMAC arrange an intricately designed formula of some heavy-hitting Thrash Metal/Crossover amalgamations.

Opening up with this mad ritual where this profound leader chants his horde into a hateful beatdown of which sounds like in our Metalhead form - a deadly mosh! “Štrojenje javnog mnjenja (Intro)” begins this short EP in amplified adrenaline, and a blistering barrage frenzy of boisterously bouncy but chaotic havoc, advancing into the primitively raw maelstrom “Virus masovne halucinacije”. Opening up this crunchy circle pit with metal thrashing mayhem, NADIMAC showcases this tempestuous firepower in extreme grinds that rattle skulls with profusely robust seamlessness. Sonically skyrocketing rampantly while the meaty shoutiness from Danilo "Dača" Trbojević roars with mighty solidity; who surges with throaty raspiness while the rompy sturdiness within the volatile stampede relentlessly bombards eardrums with this rapidly swift nimbleness of organic pandemonium & ruthless substance in a frantic free for all that will make you want to break chairs over other chairs in no time.

Planine imaju oči (ANTI MHE)” begins with yet another headship celebration of groovy brutality; implementing a borderline foundation of some gnarly but chiselling density, extreme shredding manifests this punchy jumpiness in bruising ferocity. Stefan "Ćora" Ćorović utilises this weighty tightness in bludgeoning dexterity; dynamically forging a creative dose elementing in bulldozing yet synergetic speediness, rampantly frolicking into a chugging drill where some bizarre flute whistling takes over for immersive instrumental finesse. The penultimate track: “Čovek Mašina I Smrtni Bogovi” piledrives you with some sulphurous yet impactful intensity; chunky bass audibility from Marko "Zec" Pavlović crafts an immense attribute in thumpy yet killer laceration flexibility, fundamentally pulsating with groundbreaking momentum that thunders with rollicking catchiness and quirky snappiness.

Overall concluding “Raspad Sistema” with the finale belter: “Smrt Na Cetiri Noge”; a sinister yell roars where the preservering quakeness while persistently stomping with polished fluidity from hammering drummer Dragan "Draganče" Ristić who rambunctiously slams with this rhythmically riveting grandeur, embellishing with this experimental hybrid on grinding flair and punky ramifications where the thrash/crossover culmination consistently converges into a intriguing panache of quintessential vibrato virtuosity. (Reminding me a lot of MUNICIPAL WASTE while using their own formulaic of course) Bottom line; I am compelled to say that NADIMAC was just what I needed today, striking with vibrant pursuits that supply this salubrious yet trailblazing zest that will motivate you with wildly rushing boundaries and razor-sharp songwriting musicianship qualities that will most surely surprise you tenfold. They most certainly outdone themselves with this one, while short - the replay value was there… I couldn’t get enough of the sheer haste and hostility that was offered here.

Do yourself a favour, and check out this viciously aggressive assault of which is an enjoyably entertaining discovery that most definitely deserves a few handful of spins! Nice one, lads.

Songwriting: 9
Musicianship: 9
Memorability: 9
Production: 9

4 Star Rating

1. Štrojenje javnog mnjenja (Intro)
2. Virus masovne halucinacije
3. Planine imaju oči (ANTI MHE)
4. Čovek mašina i smrtni bogovi
5. Smrt na četiri noge
Marko "Zec" Pavlović - Bass
Dragan "Draganče" Ristić - Drums
Stefan "Ćora" Ćorović - Guitar
Danilo "Dača" Trbojević - Vocals
Record Label: Xtreem Music


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