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Infernal Death – Call to War

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Although most of aren’t familiar with Infernal Death from Denmark, they had a 5 year existence between 1989 and 1994, which resulted in 2 demos. After the split the members were involved in Konkhra, Dominus and Illdisposed. After almost 20 years of silence Infernal Death regroup, recorded a demo once again and got signed by Italian label Punishment 18 Records. Infernal Death stayed true to their early days. Old School Brutal Death Metal with a certain groove. Maybe not that strange as some tracks are rerecorded ones of their second demo. You will hear a mix of the groove of the aforementioned Danish bands and the early American Brutal Death Metal scene (Florida region). But a track like “Ruin of Hate” reminds me a bit of the chorus of Avulsed’s “Daddy Stew” of the “Yearning the Grotesque” album. At the end, “Call to War” is not that bad but just a bit too generic to recommend it to you all. (Ricardo)