Doomsday

Doomsday

> > Nov 07 2012

Doomsday - Doomsday
By Kiel HumeWould it be treading into obvious territory to describe the aesthetic vision of a group named Doomsday, with an album named Doomsday, as apocalyptic? Featuring current and former members of such bands as Wolvhammer, Bones, Goatwhore, Forest of Impaled and the Gates of Slumber, Doomsday border on being a blackened super-group, with the street cred to back it up. Coming in at just over 21 minutes, Doomsday doesn't waste time with pleasantries or atmospheric filler — every moment of this album is a full-blown nuclear assault on the senses. The sonic massacre that is Doomsday starts right out of the gate with "She Will Be the One," a tremolo-heavy track that's closer to pure black metal than anything else on the album. "Empty Vessel," the album's best track, shows some retro-influence, with a throwback dual-guitar section. Doomsday is a solid debut from a band with Armageddon on their minds. Besides the satisfying and intensely charming sounds, they've mastered the necessary components of a good apocalyptic metal album: blasphemy ("Black Judas," which features a stand-out solo), morbidity ("Bring Down the Knife") and general depravity (G.G. Allin cover "I Kill Everything I Fuck"). In a fitting move for an end-of-times group, the album is crusty and blackened, a true sonic massacre!
(Disorder)
GET IT!
Metal RSS
Mailing List
SHARE IT!
Google+
Google Bookmarks
StumbleUpon
Reddit
Tumblr
Be the first to comment
Login
Keep me logged in
Prove You Are Not a Robot
To remove this step go back and login.

Picks

Most Popular Stories

  1. U.S. Study Reveals the 'Musicthatmakesyoudumb'NEWS: U.S. Study Reveals the 'Musicthatmakesyoudumb'
  2. Hey Rosetta! - 'Second Sight' (album stream)MUSIC / VIDEO: Hey Rosetta! 'Second Sight' (album stream)
  3. Dangercat - MUSIC / VIDEO: Dangercat "Bummer Summer" (video)

Latest Issue: Oct 14 Issue