SADDAYAH - ROMANIA




  
 
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SADDAYAH - APOPHENY OF LIFE - LOUD RAGE MUSIC  
The debut of these young Romanians starts off presenting the mid-paced title track. The production is an initial stand-out and so is Gabriel Marincu's work in a song that changes from death metal to acoustic. The song is satisfying if not particularly original or speedy. Fire Above, Frost Below can be said to take it up one notch with more crushing and faster sections to go with no nonsense growls courtesy of Petrut Ilie. Mouth Of The Abyss is like a mix of technical death metal and black metal, it works well in that its impact is very much metal. 8 is the fourth track and takes the form of blasting black metal before jumping back and forth in pace. The quintet whilst slowing down don't sink themselves into the extra-curricular and Ilie manages to throw in extra screaming growls as if to compensate for nudging the listener into a possible doze. King's Will seems to be trying to be more technical. The Darkest Recess Of The Human Mind keeps it more at the technical death metal level. Born In Singularity may come closest to reminding the listener of the ā€˜90sā€™ American death metal sound. Carving In The Stone Flesh Of God closes Apopheny Of Life with a lengthy Marincu talent showcase. At all times the death metal pattern is retained and clear to the ears. ā€“ Anna Tergel




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