- Band(s): Bestialord
- Label(s): GrimmDistribution
- Release Format(s): CD
- Release Year: 2019
- Review Date: November 13, 2019
Beastialord began life in the 2016 and back on June 20th of this year, 2019, have released their sophmore full length with this album we are talking about here, “Black Mass Wedding.” Hailing from Wichita, Kansas in the United States, this trio write and produce some metal that I always just associate with fun. Fun to listen to, drive to, work to and drink to.
Musically Beastialord sound like what would happen if Megadeth and Trouble got drunk and jammed it out with Abbath’s brother on vocals. So basically it is a mix of Traditional Doom intermingling with some mid-era Thrash Metal and some harsh Black-n-Roll type vocals to create a ripping fun ride of an album. A ride that ebbs and flows between speeds and songs, creating an experience that can be most relatable to metal from the late 80’s. Heavy, fast, slow and everything in between while still being very much the same band and also fun to listen to or experience.
Yup, that’s pretty much all I got to say about this album. It’s fun, it’s good, it’s worth you looking into, no matter what style of Metal you are most into. It does not need to be explained at length, it just needs you to get it, hit play and throw up those horns. (Ben Schultz)
- Country: Ukraine
- Style: Black Metal, Death Metal, Thrash Metal, Doom Metal, Grindcore
- Links: Facebook, Instagram, Bandcamp