Evil - Rites Of Evil download album
With Rites of Evil, however, its profile is rightfully promised to rise from the obscurity that is due at least in part to its geographic isolation. Including venerable bands such as Bathory, Hellhammer and Slayer in its list of prominent influences that in all span at least three continents and various subsets of first-wave black metal and satanic speed metal, the ones that shine through the most are early Sodom, Sarcofago, and fellow compatriots Sabbat and a certain, notorious Japanese punk metal band
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Album Name Rites of Evil. Дата релиза 01 Май 2017. Лейблы Nuclear War Now Productions. Музыкальный стильThrash Death. Владельцы этого альбома3.
Evil do not lack energy and power, but it is also true that they have not been able to pen one or two earworms that keep sticking in the listener's mind immediately. Some riffs shake up the audience while evoking associations to (early) Venom or lesser known bands such as Quintessenz from Germany. The opening riff of "Eternal Hell", the ninth track, points into this direction, but at the end of the day, this mid-tempo stomper does not exceed standard requirements. The recently released their debut full length album Rites of Evil through Nuclear War Now! Productions, a fitting label for the band's primal, first wave ridden, Teutonic-tinged madness.
After a couple of demos, Evil, from Japan, finally release their first full length, Rites of Evil. Gathering steam from its six year existence, Evil have packed their 12 song debut with this momentum. They masterfully blend blackened thrash with the legendary traits of Japanese ‘80s hardcore. There is no denying Evil’s ferocity and sincerity. In here lies a few guitar lines that build on the prior – a motif throughout the album – boasting Evil’s thought process and time taken to make Rites of Hell better than some band that just rode a few bad ass riffs into the studio. These songs nod to Midnight and Metallica’s kill em all) The title track increases the tempo again and we are back to a vicious slaughter of blistering charges forward.
Evil are a thrash metal band in the original sense of the term; this is old-school heavy metal delivered at breakneck speed and with the omnipresent stench of cheap vodka and piss-rusty bullet belts ensuring that the past is alive and well in the present. Proud students of Possessed, Venom and Bathory, this Japanese trio know that Hell Awaits is a much better album than God Hates Us All and that Motörhead were the greatest punk rock band of all time.
Strange Rites of Evil Abysmal Grief. 2. Strange Rites of Evil. 4. Child of Darkness. 6. Dressed in Black Cloaks.