Car­na­tion

CHAPEL OF AB­HOR­RENCE

Metal Hammer (UK) - - Subterrane­a Albums -

SEA­SON OF MIST BEL­GIAN DEATH MET­ALLERS HAVE AN OLD-SCHOOL BLAST Founded in 2013 to pay trib­ute to their favourite 80s and early 90s death me­tal bands, it didn’t take long for these Bel­gian berserk­ers to be­come their own mon­ster, and their 2015 neck-both­er­ing EP Ceme­tery Of The In­sane turned plenty of heads. De­but LP Chapel Of Ab­hor­rence marks an­other stride for­ward for the glo­be­trot­ting road war­riors and the opus cap­tures all the raw power of their face-melt­ing live show. In­formed by the Swedish and Florid­ian scenes of old, bull­dozer riffs, co­pi­ous time changes and gut­tural vo­cals are the or­der of the day over the course of 11 cuts. Highlights in­clude the in­cen­di­ary Hell­fire, the thrash and punk­in­fused Ha­tred Un­leashed and the ram­pag­ing ti­tle track, which is a mas­sive state­ment of in­tent and fea­tures a fe­ro­cious per­for­mance from their front­man

Si­mon Du­son.

FOR FANS OF: BRU­TAL TRUTH, EN­TOMBED, DIS­MEM­BER

ED­WIN MCFEE

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