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Humanity Zero – Proselytism

humanity zero – proselytism

Since the first demo in 2008, Humanity Zero from Greece was able to create 8 releases within 10 year of existence. “Proselytism” is the 5th full length and the follow up of “Withered in Isolation” that was released a year prior to this one. The biggest change is that Dimitris Sakkas aka Dimon’s Night recruited Kydoimos for the vocal duties to replace Giannis Grim (mainly known for his work at Ectoplasma).

Humanity Zero are averse of trends and keep on creating 1990s Death/Doom Metal with organ-like keys to enhance the atmosphere of gloom. With the same musical influences and approach as Ophis on their “Withered Shades” album as well as Mourning Beloveth’s “Dust”, Tristitia’s “One With Darkness” and My Dying Bride’s “Turn Loose the Swans” without any piano-intermezzos, you will probably get it that they are stuck in the 1990s scene. Not a bad album at all…not at all. (Ricardo)