Monday, August 10, 2015

Stonecutters-Creatio Ex Nihil (2013)

Riffwise, this album is packed with aggressive, pounding, wrenching, and turbulent tons of kick and a fun loving atmosphere while still remaining a very dark piece. catchy, bouncy tunes charged with cut-throat choruses, hammering verses, and buzzsaw riffs properly coated with a deep sense of eradication and guidance. Brian Omer's voice follows suit properly, as well. He usually yells with his hoarse voice.The quality of this album is rich all around, Double bass from the drums are thick and mighty as they attack in full force. Bass support rummages in the background, but give extra strength to the guitars, helping fill any gaps in the air as to prevent a thin atmosphere. After that, I think we’re good from here on out. The sound is dignified in the beginning; each song carrying it’s own exclusive rhythm and groove. In conclusion, this band deserves a hell of a lot more credit for their work these days. Interesting Thrash Metal!
Review by Paul Caravasi

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