Creations Unworthy/Humility

Creations Unworthy/Humility
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You might remember Creations for their infamous mosh call, "You're not a Christian." While they've reduced their accusations on Unworthy/Humility, they've toned down little else — the music is as ridiculously brutal as ever. This is furthered by the addition of the Gun Show's ex-vocalist, Thomas Hirst, who is a better conduit for the band's holy message. Said message is more self-reflective this time, using religion as a measure of self, rather than a justification for judgment. However, Creations should have turned some of that introspection towards their music. Sure, Unworthy/Humility is heavy, but that's all it is. The concept of dynamics is lost on this Australian band, which are stuck on 11 the entire album. The appearance of Impending Doom and With Blood Comes Cleansing's vocalists only emphasizes this devotion to all that is brutal. It makes you wonder though: how much heavier would the breakdowns sound if they didn't immediately follow with a similarly heavy riff at twice the speed? (Mediaskare)