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Clairvoyance – Demo [Demo]

clairvoyance – demo [demo]

This 2020 was full of horrors, but also holds a vast list of releases worldwide. Amid tons of full-length albums, EPs, and demos, this Warsaw quartet draws attention to their cavernous Death Metal. Their sawed riffs, the gurgling bass, the hammering and breaks of drums fertilize the ground for the emanation of putrid growls, all in three tracks and nearly ten minutes.

This “Demo” is quite consistent and enjoyable in its entirety, but I think particularly “Broken Shackles” and “Abyss” offer memorable moments full of flawlessly played riffs and transitions, reminiscent of bands like Tomb Mold (on “Cerulean Salvation”), Undergang on their first album, and even Autopsy (on “Mental Funeral”). After some reproductions, my expectations were raised about what the band can offer us in the future, it will be interesting to see how they incorporate their new guitarist

If Clairvoyance follow their path true to this essence that emanates from their demo, their next releases will have a privileged place among the record collection of metal maniacs from around the world. (Alex G.J.)