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NOISE FOREST - MORBID INSECTS - ARMAGEDDON  
Could it be that this German band has failed to obtain a recording contract for the last 14 years because of the group’s name? Noise Forest is not the type of a name a label would want to attract, although with Armageddon Music the quartet has managed to put together and release a good album. At first listen, Noise Forest seems like an iffy proposition with hints of hardcore and Sepultura throughout side one on the songs Cramp, Be At Peace and Flag. However, by the time the vintage Bolt Thrower riff hits on Past Redemption one knows there is something good happening here. The songs improve as the album progresses. The album’s second half makes a definitive statement with gargantuan riffs and massive chords. In fact, aside from the aforementioned influence Noise Forest also draws from Crowbar, Asphyx and the old Roadrunner band Sorrow. Add ultra-guttural fronts and growls to the violence and the album is easily recommendable. - Anna Tergel




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