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Tyrant Goatgaldrakona - Horns In The Dark

Tyrant Goatgaldrakona
Horns In The Dark
by Christian van Millingen at 30 September 2015, 8:24 PM

Somehow, this band thinks that they do not need an intro, so I might as well skip it. They seemed to have cut out the waiting stuff and just went for it. Nice album.

The fact that I have a minimum in words to spend here, forces me to get deeper into detail. And I would love to. The band was right. The band, of which I can’t pronounce the name, let alone spell it, has a great feeling for brutality. This straight in your face album has much potential. The fact that this is just a 2-guy project seems unreal. I just found out, and I just imagined 500 people. That talent is almost as great as Dan Swano, but seemingly without many aspects of the guy self. But they shine in their own way. The intro is brutal, which is just okay; no more waiting for the blast beats to come and infect my inner ear with epicness, and just the strong riffing makes me feel as if I’ve been violated. Although one might think that is bad, I have not felt this well violated in a long time. Like the first time discovering death metal again.

To be honest, in depth, this band has done it well on the riff side, actually. Where to leave the intro as it is, heaviness is the main. And it is good. Fine tunes to the core; these guys manage to nail to combine those well made riffs with a deep and nicely laid bass line and tight drum work.

This well organized crime is lyrically, just brutal. No way around it. These fine printed words come spewed in your face by a guy named Hellfire Commander of Eternal War And Pain. This seems like a very difficult name to have when trying to promote yourself. But it is a very talented man, for he even did the drums. Now, I don't know if you can feel the Milking The Goatmachine reference here, but if it could be, would this guy be able to do both at the same time too?

Only one way to find out, and if I am not wrong, they perform live. If I had any money, I would go to Hungary for this, because both its capital, as the music seem to be damn good.

4 Star Rating

Tracklist:
1. The Mountains of Irkalla (From Life to Death)
2. The Thief of Lies
3. Church of the Fire
4. Dawn of Decay
5. Horns in the Dark
6. King of the Desert (Malkum In Rex)
7. Arcanum-Secretum
Lineup:
Hellfire Commander of Eternal War and Pain - Vocals, Drums
Grave Desecration and Necrosodomy - Guitars, Bass
Record Label: Blood Harvest Records
     


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