Bone­hunter

Metal Hammer (UK) - - Subterrane­a - ALAS­TAIR RIDDELL

SEX­UAL PANIC HU­MAN MA­CHINE

HELLS HEADBANGER­S

FUCKED UP, DIRT-EN­CRUSTED AN­THEMS FROM THE FOUL PITS OF FINLAND

Spent the day run­ning the church fête, lov­ing Je­bus and be­ing serene? You need some­thing to un­wind to! Bone­hunter are just the thing. Th­ese three per­verted Finns have re­leased their sec­ond slice of full-length filth – or rather, lax se­cu­rity has al­lowed it to es­cape. Like a plague-rid­den mon­key with a stolen bot­tle of cheap cider, th­ese bul­let­belted de­gen­er­ates pose a gen­eral threat to so­ci­ety at large. Sex­ual Panic Hu­man Ma­chine strad­dles the line where thrash, black and death metal meet punk – which would prob­a­bly be a dirty back­street pub with chipped glasses, bro­ken toi­let doors and Sodom and Dis­charge on the juke­box. The songs are nei­ther clever nor pretty, but they are vir­u­lently in­fec­tious. Imag­ine the epic black metal stylings of Sargeist and Bap­tism fil­tered through the frame­work of short, sharp punk rock. Ut­ter filth in the best pos­si­ble way.

FOR FANS OF: Deströyer 666, Sargeist, Mid­night

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from UK

© PressReader. All rights reserved.