Solid, heavy, brutal, intense, but just not varied enough to reach the next level. Yet.
An album you can listen to repeatedly to catch new things
The kings are back to reclaim their throne.
A grand soundtrack to a grim tale.
This EP just isn’t particularly a good representation of the band at their strongest.
This one rocks, this one rolls, this one blows your face off while at the same time hitting all the right emotional and intellectual notes.
Khazaddum, while talented, plays it a bit too safe on their debut record.
Open the beers, open the pits and open the gates of Hell. This is the Devil’s music at it’s finest.
A band that knows how to mold influences and make them their own.
Brings us the bloody future that keeps the world leaders of the present up at night.