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SERENADE - THE SERPENTS DANCE - GOLDEN LAKE
A sombre and Slayer-esque intro speeds up into a death/thrash piece reminiscent of Cerebral Fix and Benediction. The band slows down on several occasions to incorporate more melodic and quiet moments often with a guitar harmony behind it. The vocals, courtesy of Mithras' Rayner Coss, are suitably gruff and reminiscent of former Benediction singer David Ingram. The drumming is underwhelming. Lacking any type of excitement and content with follower status, the drummer here has ample room to improve. The guitar riffs and harmonies are really the band's best attribute and often interesting to hear. Despite the band's name, Serenade is not another 'atmospheric' UK export. There is little on The Serpents Dance that you haven't heard before. Rather the Scottish act sticks with the tried and true death and thrash metal perfected down in England.




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