Fifty minutes of stomping, thrashing, pure black negativity. Simple in aesthetic and message, simple yet complex in composition. Production is clean (maybe a bit too clean), and always coming close to satisfying, yet, never quite delivering.
But even when they get a little droney it still keeps you in the cloud of hate they so deftly conjure. There is no denying the Scandinavian influence…especially in the vein of Swedish hardcore punk. The D-Beat is strong and filthy with these Israeli outfit. They could be something truly outstanding but it feels like they just wont quite take the risk of standing out too much. Despite all that it is still a slab of Black Metal to punch holes in your enemies to. (Travis N)