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Night Screamer - Dead Of Night

Night Screamer
Dead Of Night
by Craig Rider at 15 June 2019, 8:15 AM

Metal maniacs, rejoice! I am proud to present to you: NIGHT SCREAMER; unsigned/independent, hailing from England - performing Heavy Metal, on their debut album entitled: "Dead Of Night" (released April 26th, 2019).

Since formation in 2013; the band in question have 2 EPs, a Single and this here debut album (of which I am introduced to) entitled "Dead Of Night". 9 tracks ranging at around 43:49; NIGHT SCREAMER arrange an intricately designed formula of hard-hitting Heavy Metal developments, "Sacrifice" begins the record – conveying amplified adrenaline, boistrously bouncy crunchiness & catchy captivation in which thumps with punchline grooves - amalgamated with wildly rushing virtuosity. The band execute crushing creativity; diligently kicking with jumpy riffs, solid solos and riveting rhythms of relentless ramifications – showcasing rambunctious melodies of meticulous detail, demonstrating harmonic haste and concretely gnarly grit, that manifests conceptual songwriting memorability with an originally stompy sound production.

Consisting of Gadd McFly on vocals; the frontman distributes clean, high-pitched pipes…lungs of onimously screaming vengence & savagely vicious shrieks. The titular track subjugates versatile ultilizations of uniquely technical tempos; pursuiting thunderous complexities from dextrous duo guitarists Calvin Lever & Jamie Carter, demonstrating dynamic flamboyancy – firepower and expertise…blistering barrages of frenzied finesse. "Blood On The Wall (Fucked It All Up)" embellishes on crafting diverse blends of snappy quirks; supplying rapidly swift nimbleness, and adroitly composed attributes of consistently driven  gallops – experimenting a constructively distinguished flair of seamlessly sonic stability & rawly rough quintessentials. Quaking with profusely robust persistence, and remarkably organic substance.

Audible bassist Julia B. Cadau fabricates distinctive aesthetics of fluidly polished thickness; songs like "Hit n' Run" roar with ripping shreds, razor-sharp speed & pummelling perseverence - injecting infectiously old-school orchestration with an inventively modernized subtlty to it. Battering drummer Kilian Noise; hammers his steel with pounding precision, portraying punishing  slams that frolick frantically. "March Of The Dead" fuels fiercely hardened hymns, as if a charging bulldozer stampedes with all guns blazing and a borderline foundation of punchline panache - trailblazing with predigious potential. While "Party With The Devil" chugs out more mellifluous systematics with an almost radio-friendly vibe; still transistioning volatile, and monstrously meaty weight to the mix.

"Paradise Lost" engages in an acoustic-esquire/anthemic flow; culminated with vehement variety, primitive patterns & deadly euphonics in which wonder with richly crisp characteristics. Converging angelic instrumentation, crazy musicianship & elegantly exquisite fulfillments of immersive combustion. "Rise Above" compiles aforementioned abilities with profound effectiveness; efficaciously implementing excelling elements, tenacious performances & stunning soundscapes that thunder with talented potential. Overall concluding "Dead Of Night" with the finale epic track: "Out Of My Mind" which shines with more tasteful styles; I am compelled to say that NIGHT SCREAMER certainly outdone themselves with this one, and is definitely worth the discovery - good stuff.

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

4 Star Rating

1. Sacrifice
2. Night Screamer
3. Blood on the Wall (Fucked It Up)
4. Hit n' Run
5. March of the Dead
6. Party with the Devil
7. Paradise Lost
8. Rise Above
9. Out of My Mind
Kilian Noise - Drums
Jamie Carter - Guitars
Julia B. Cadau - Bass
Calvin Lever - Guitars
Gadd McFly - Vocals
Record Label: Independent


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