Richard Alexander Cardona. Metalheads Podcast - George. Dad of Northern Darkness. Lachy The Moron. Jamie Platt. Kori de Quiroz. J Aloha. Edward Woodhams. Nabil akhzami. Till N. Light Chamber. Bloodied But Unbowed. Brett Strohl. Burning Ambulance. Andrea Rabellino. Danny Jenkins. Purchasable with gift card. No One Gives a Shit Bandcamp Album of the Day Mar 31, Starspawn by Blood Incantation. After finding this band through the Hidden History of the Human race I've gone and devoured everything they've come out with.
Starspawn is just as good as Hidden History. The riffs are gigantic and the lyrics and subject matter are irresistible to me. This is the best metal band out there right now. Hard Core. Hard Rock. Hard Rock French.
Neo Metal. Stoner Rock. Metal Fusion. Rock n Roll. Elvis Presley. The Beatles. The Rolling Stones. Pop general. Current Pop. Pop 90s. Pop 80s. French Pop. French Rock. Johnny Hallyday. Traditional Music. Pays Basque. Others French. European Grooves. Other Countries. Soul 80s. Italo Disco. Acid jazz. Wormrot Dirge 4. Review Summary: Dizzying, disgusting, and surprisingly dynamic, Dirge's only fault is its room for improvement. Rank: 0 for Its pummeling blast beats, crushing riffs, and disgustingly great vocal performance are all executed at a breakneck speed, practically never relenting throughout its entire duration.
Six out of the 25 tracks are a minute or longer, the longest still being under two minutes , and yet the vast majority of them are still able to find time in their busy schedules to slow down into a nice, thrashy riff for a few seconds, or make the fast riff even faster, or put in a drum fill, or take out the drums and let the guitars and the vocals go by themselves for a bit.
All of these subtle, but noticeable variations make each song distinct and memorable in its own right. Every song has something to offer, which with this album, is extremely arduous, considering the short periods of time the songs give themselves to create their unique attributes.
The main reason I think the album even has the possibility of becoming an unremarkable whirlwind of riffs, screams, and growls, leaving some listeners winded, rather than satisfied, is because the album, quite literally, does not give the listener any breaks. Each song leads directly and seamlessly into the next, melding on and on to the incessant chain of riffs.
This is mostly a good thing, but at times depending on the listener and the time of listening , it can get to be a little much. Dirge destroys everything in its path, but as much as I hate to admit it, it does leave some room for possible improvement.Label: Earache - MOSHLP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Limited Edition Red Transparent • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Grindcore Wormrot - Dirge (, Red Transparent, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore/5(13).