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Hellspawn – There Has Never Been a Son of Me

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The third album of Hellspawn, a Polish Death Metal band if you don’t know them, is a modern and technical sounding one, although they also have the typical “Polish Death Metal” label on their music. So you will get some blasting Vader influences, as well as the early Behemoth-turning-Death-Metal staccato riffs (“Satanica”-era) along with some Morbid Angel Azagthoth bits and David Vincent vocals (“God of Emptiness”-like). It’s a nice one, but let’s leave it at that.