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Nechbeyth - Coerce Creed

Coerce Creed
by Dory Khawand at 06 February 2014, 6:00 PM

“Coerce Creed” might as well not be an EP by the Singaporean NECHBEYTH, but an audio holocaust unleashed to wreck havoc upon everything this planet deems beautiful and full of peace. This release is specially engineered to tear everything you love limb from limb and melt your ears with the malicious sounds war while delivering gore to your front doorstep.

I’ll proceed with reviewing the aspects found on “Coerce Creed” from the instruments to the vocals, before that however; the intro track should be noted and taken aside. “Intro + KMST Oath” is a very dark ambient opening to the release, a very calm, yet haunting introduction to the debauchery that is about to commence with the start of “Ruination Conquest”, a track overloaded with walls of guitar noise and some of the most monstrous drumming I’ve yet to come across in Extreme Metal, all this with the supreme addition of layered growls and high pitched screams. Now doesn’t that description sound pleasant? Of course it does.

‘Eradication Vortex” and “Coerce Axiom” follow the same formula as the second track, seeing as how this EP is a wall of pure Extreme Metal violence to the very end. My complaints however would be the lack of good production. This isn’t an old school Black Metal release, nor is it a demo tape… this is a pure raw footage of the extremes in Metal music, so better production on the guitars and especially on the drums is required to deliver the ultimate intensity is album is meant to showcase.

Overall, for lovers of everything that is raw, evil, and purely demonic “Coerce Creed” is a highly recommend release. The ferocity NECHBEYTH deliver is unique and very few bands are capable of summoning walls of pure destruction like they do.

3 Star Rating

1. Intro + KMST Oath
2. Ruination Conquest
3. Eradication Vortex
4. Coerce Axiom
5. Lynch Directive + Outro
Narsamum – Drums
Israfil – Guitars
Zavael - Vocals
Record Label: Iron Bonehead Productions


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