songs, but what a quality. I hardly could believe my ears the
first time the demo ends with the intro of Raining Blood. Marvelous
what the Swedish guys celebrate on this record. Progressive Death
Metal somewhere between Devin Townsend, Gojira and Dark Tranquillity,
among many others. In The One They Forgot you could also
sense some excursions to Vintersorg. The 4 guys from Gävle
really make a good job in building up the tension in their songs,
so a high musically potential can be surmised. Especially The
One They Forgot is a very positive example. Slow and sad starting,
a hard and fast verse and an atmospheric refrain. A brilliant
solo in the end rounds up the song. In contrast to that stands
the opener Catastrophism. It starts straight away and convinces
with a cool melody between the verses. The guitars terrorize the
mid-tempo range and the voice of singer Pär underlines it
with brilliant growls. What could be hold against the Swedes is,
that the songs are not easy to grab, but nevertheless, one can’t
stop listen to them over and over again.
Definitely my recommendation for those who don’t want to
listen to the whole 16 minutes of the demo is The One The Forgot.
Anyway fans of mentioned bands can buy the record blindly. Therefore
I give the full score. Tack.