Loudblast has been consistently churning out some of the catchiest examples of death-thrashing headbanging madness for the past 35 years. "The Promethean Fire" opens with one hell of a crunchy bass line, before diving straight into shredding guitars and Stéphane Buriez distinctive vocals. Once you hit the chorus, there is a subtle amount of melody underlying the aggressiveness that is just *chef's kiss*.
Loudblast is set to release their either full-length studio album, Manifesto, on November 6th. Band guitarist and frontman Stéphane Buriez comments on the album: "This album has a particular feel for me, the themes refer to the chaos of life as such, to the chaos of society, the darkness of man revealed through his everyday actions. In Manifesto there’s the unhealthy side of our previous album Burial Ground, the atmospheres of ‘Disincarnate', ‘Sublime Dementia' and ‘Cross The Threshold', just a real Loudblast album!"
You can pre-order HERE.