INFERNAL EXECRATOR "Antichrist Execration" CD W/ Slipcase
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And, unfortunately, this raw production isn’t able to exalt the drums and the great work done by the drummer during the long blast beats and the hyper fast bass drums restarts. “Massacre of the Evangelists” has a quite dark oriented introduction with slow arpeggios and the screamed vocals to support a quite gloomy and desecrating atmosphere. Soon after, the fury is unleashed through sudden and long blast beats. The riffs are both in tremolo, to support the blacker touches, and on fast open technique too, to support the most death/thrash moments. “Antichrist Execration” is not different from what we’ve heard on the previous song, so prepare for long blast beats sections and more, impulsive black/death.
The more mid-paced parts are remarkable though, because they let the solos enter and sometimes they are a bit more melodic even if this statement could be quite hazardous. They are always very fast but the atmosphere changes a bit. “Armageddon Bestial Battle” features more of those apocalyptic atmospheres and the structure is quite various. There are few quite canonical thrash/death sections, especially on the calmer parts but everything remains on impulsive and truly fast patterns. However, the variety of the structures is a thing to appreciate, even if the style is always brutal. So, I’d like to mark out the quite dark beginning to “Final Blasphemy (Ultimate Irreverent)” and its various breaks.
“Pure Genocidal Apocalypse” is definitely faster with long blast beats sections with strong influences from the first two Angelcorpse albums. To put an end to this mini-CD, we find a tribute to Impiety with the song “Sodomythical Frostgoats”, originally written for Skullfucking Armageddon album (1999). The black and death elements clashes perfectly even if few moments let the more punk/thrash/black style emerge to give a hint of variety and it’s good like this. All things considered, I think this band is already quite mature for the genre here done and I hope they’ll come out with a new album. Just a suggestion: give more power to the drums in order to create an even bigger impact. The rest is already good.