Is it black metal or is it "gutter sniping, lo-fi punk of a desperately unbalanced and astringent order"?
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Victims' seventh album offers up excellent D-beat crust-core with a difference to accompany our inevitable demise.
Rotting Christ keeps railing against religion on their thirteenth album.
Examination of Violent Cinema, Vol. 1 is set to be another incendiary feather in the cap of the world’s premiere cine-grind band.
While the Deafheaven comparison can be justified, Further Still emerges more like a crusty punk rocker hell bent on grinding it out like latter day Brutal Truth sporting ball hugging jeans made mostly out of patches of the super stars of Scandinavian d-beat.
Halcyon Way will hardly ever been heralded as iconoclastic saviours of prog/power majesty, but there has been enough individuation established here to warrant a forward push onto a wider world. This is a band trying to make a difference.