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"Blasphemer, Heretic, Defiler of the Sacred Ones. Thou art Deprived of Your Limbs. Thy Nose Shall be Split. Thou art Cast Down and Overthrown."-Cast Down The Heretic by Nile

Kemerov: Kemerov EP

January 14, 2016


Groove, heavy hitting riffs, rock fueled riffs Kemerov has all of that for you and more. These Greek sin doers recently released their new self titled EP not too long ago and it packs four songs of groove laden death ‘n’ roll as explained above. Kemerov does a great job with this EP combining the heavy and hard hitting aspects of death metal, with a rock ‘n’ roll groove that is whiskey smooth, but also bites like whiskey as well.

For just being and EP, Kemerov also leaves you wanting more. Every song is an energized shock to the system. If you aren’t awake when you begin listening to this EP you sure as shit will be at the end. You can’t not get up and cause some mayhem and debauchery whilst listening to Kemerov. They are a down and dirty type of band that has a certain appealing grit and bite to them that keeps you headbanging and coming back for more.

The entire EP is a massive riff machine that pumps out rolling and memorable riffs that are coupled by rock fueled ripping guitar solos. Kemerov gets you in a good mood, and that mood makes you want to cause mayhem, drink as much as you can and pick a fight with the closest person to you.

This EP is an explosively good time as well as an EP that should be taken in doses, otherwise you’ll get too drunk on dirty deeds and gritty riffs. And even if you want to take a break from listening to this rocking and rolling piece you end up coming back to air guitar and headbang until your heart is content.

Kemerov and their new EP supplies you with your fair share and dosage of riffs and sultry seductive guitar solos. The drums are on point and calculated and the bass provides a nice hum in the background. Over the heavy musicianship are the vocals that are gritty and filled with filth and gravel. The vocals fit so well into what Kemerov are trying to portray with their music. The vocalist cold have gone to a deeper octave more death metal growl, or a higher more clean sung vocal. Either way that he could have taken it, it would have sound awkward sung up against the music. However, he picked neither of those paths. Instead he picked the more mid range gravel filled tone that suits the music perfectly.

This EP is a rocking gritty four songs that gets you up out of your seat. Kemerov supplies the right amount of rock ‘n’ roll and the right amount of death metal to create a slick and heavy sound. More than that, they create a sound that makes you want to listen to more, and with only four songs you end up listening to much more.

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