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The New Death Cult - The New Death Cult

The New Death Cult
The New Death Cult
by Craig Rider at 29 September 2019, 10:14 AM

Metal maniacs, rejoice! I am proud to present to you: THE NEW DEATH CULT; signed via Indie Recordings, hailing from Norwegian grounds - performing Rock, on their debut self-titled album: "The New Death Cult" (released in February 2019).

Since formation in 2019, the quartet in question have only this here self-titled debut album in their discography so far. 9 tracks ranging at around 30:56; THE NEW DEATH CULT arrange an intricately designed formula of heavy-hitting, hardened Rock developments. "Light Spills Over" begins the record; conveying amplified adrenaline, boistrously bouncy catchiness & crunchy instrumentation. Fabricating distinctive harmonies fuelled into an flamboyant barrage of frenzied distortion, and a concretely gnarly flair of chugging gallops that ultilize uniquely versatile vehemence – revolved with primitively raw roughness & relentlessly jumpy ramifications that shine with profusely robust solidities which represent wildly rushing quirks, while manifesting pulsating snappiness for good measure.

Consisting of ALPHA on vocals/guitar; the frontman is loaded with high-pitched lungs, pipes of organic substance with riveting riffs & seamlessly sonic solos with a thunderous twist of sublime psychedelia - while momentously spaced out with a blusey yet jazzy formulaic. "Zeitgeist" culmimates captivating melodies that manifest with razor-sharp grooves, excelled into a blistering execution of lacerating shreds that roar with ripping yet quintessential momentum - still showcasing an easy-listening experience. BETA on lead guitar elegantly implements mellifluous rhythms, uplifting firepower, and euphonic exquisite - elementing fuzzy doses here and there, transistioned with mournful lyricism. "True Eyes" distributes softer tones that seem peaceful; underneath that layer is filled with an old-school yet classical approach, juxtaposed with mordernized refreshments.

Audible bassist GAMMA; embellishes on experimental injections of infectiously flickering dexterity, creatively converging dynamic fluidity that venomously throbs with thumpy precision. "Moon" has a diverse variety of wonderously prodegious tonalities; rumbling with rambunctious pummelling, to pleasantly smooth overarch's of influentually immersive detail from Eastern moods to a classic rock/metal vibe. Powerhouse drummer DELTA hammers into battering complexities; as "The War" leans into more a grungier foundation featuring borderline finesse; rapidly swift nimbleness, with wildly rushing yet punchline stability. Waving with sulpherous results while supplying speedily skillful richness, styled into a flexible combustion of groovy kicks & killer inventivity. "Blood Of Babylon" crafts distinguished characteristics; contrasting into familiar chunkiness, appealling boppiness & energetic calamity.

"Colour Of The Mind" is especially trippy;

Songwriting: 8
Memorability: 8
Originality: 8
Sound Production: 8

4 Star Rating

Tracklist:
1. Light Spills Over
2. Zeitgeist
3. True Eyes
4. Moon
5. The War
6. Blood of Babylon
7. Colours of the Mind
8. Home
9. Edel
Lineup:
ALPHA - Vocals/Guitar
BETA - Lead Guitar
GAMMA - Bass
DELTA - Drums
Record Label: Indie Recordings
     


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