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Peacemaker - Concrete And Terror

Concrete And Terror
by Craig Rider at 21 September 2018, 12:49 PM

Metal maniacs, rejoice! I am proud to present to you: PEACEMAKER; signed via Brutal Planet Records, hailing from the United States of America - performing Heavy Metal, on their debut album entitled: “Concrete And Terror” (released August 1st, 2018).

Introduced to their only album and debut: “Concrete And Terror” with 10 tracks ranging at around 39:10; PEACEMAKER arrange an intricately designed formula of hard-hitting Heavy Metal developments, “Big Block” begins the album, fuelled with amplified adrenaline with an articulate aesthetic of battering barrages and blistering contrast that has a consistently boistrous flamboyancy to it. The quartet in question demonstrate influences from bands like SAXON; distributing distinctive vocalization vehemence, and constructively composed deadliness in which pounds with persistent ramifications and skill – diligently establishing concrete (and terror) creativity, and conveying a grandiose manifestation of gritty relentlessness, while embellishing on energetic and battle hardened finesse.

Consisting of Ronny Monroe on vocals; the frontman fabricates clean, high-pitched pipes with a hint of raw roughness in the voice - as the heaviness of “Blood Lust” consistently amalgamates a diverse dynamic of variably progressive machinations. Complex dexterity is contributed from guitar/vocalist’s Scott Miller; as he efficiently attributes rapidly swift nimbleness songs like the titular track “Concrete And Terror” & the anthemic “Endless Dreams” which is a hymn that tones down the savagely technical stability with profusely operatic robustness, powerhouse drummer B.J. Zampa and pummelling bassist R.C. Ciejek converge audibly organic substances of hammering executions in songs like the bouncy and catchy “Insanity Speaks” & the crunchy yet groovy “Jain Slain”.

Kill Love Sin” showcases songwriting that is memorably original with a fluidly polished sound production versatility, rambunctiously providing unique ultilization that has unprecedented and proficient domination embodied with fire and wildly rushing stampedes. “Me Enemy” (sounds like a rap title) portrays more meticulous results, detailing with differentiated characteristics and craftsmanship that frolicks with interesting effects and electrically instrumental thunder. “Social Suicide” accelerates with enlightening and enjoyable speediness, fulfilled with efficacious entertainment prodegiousness. Overall concluding the record with the epic finale track: “The Bomb”; I jammed to a solid slab of strong Heavy Metal expertise that for a debut, PEACEMAKER certainly outdone themselves with it - check it out.

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

4 Star Rating

1. Big Block
2. Blood Lust
3. Concrete And Terror
4. Endless Dream
5. Insanity Speaks
6. Jain Slain
7. Kill Love Sin
8. Me Enemy
9. Social Suicide
10. The Bomb
R.C. Ciejek - Bass
B.J. Zampa - Drums
Scott Miller - Guitars, Vocals
Ronny Monroe - Vocals
Record Label: Brutal Planet Records


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