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Haunt: Burst Into Flame

July 2, 2018
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After striking a major chord with many one year ago with Luminous Eyes, Haunt is back this year with their debut full length Burst Into Flame. Through nine tracks and a concise thirty-eight minutes, Haunt provides you with some top notch heavy metal that is all together infectious, memorable and down right addicting. Each of the nine tracks that are present within this release are just as solid as one another gifting you with a well rounded and overall very excellent listen. Burst Into Flame will be rattling around in your head for some time to come once you listen, of that I am sure.

Burst Into Flame is captivating and bewitching and from the drop of the first note you are engaged. This release is exciting and pumped full of energy that is incredibly infectious and welcoming as you nod your head along with each and every track. You will have a hard time not belting the lyrics out right along with the vocalists and air guitaring right along with the scorching solos and all together tightly knit riffs. From beginning to end, you are provided with nothing but pure entertainment and heavy metal that is not to be looked over.

Each of the nine tracks within Burst Into Flame are well crafted offerings that grab your attention immediately and keep it all throughout. This addictive listen is just that, addictive. Once the final song has concluded you feel compelled to press play over and over again just to get that dose of sweet heavy metal. From beginning to end the instrumentation is excellent, the production is clean and the vocals are powerful and potent. Through and through, Burst Into Flame is a very well rounded and very well performed and executed record.

Luminous Eyes was a small taste as to what Haunt has to offer, and with this full length Haunt shows exactly what they are capable of and more. Burst Into Flame is an excellent record, one that provides you with non-stop entertainment and non-stop pure heavy metal. This debut full length is one to behold as Haunt has knocked it clear out of the park and made one hell of a record.

Burst Into Flame will be released August 10, 2018 through  Shadow Kingdom Records!

Links To Follow:

Shadow Kingdom Official Site

Shadow Kingdom Bandcamp

 

 

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Blissful Stream: Dead Religious

March 13, 2018
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With an overall eclectic and diverse sound, Blissful Stream sew doom, sludge, heavy metal and hard rock together to create an overall head nodding and unique listen. Through this one man band’s newest offering Dead Religious, you are presented with four new tracks that take all of the aforementioned genres and stitch them together neatly through each track to provide you with a varied sound.

Dead Religious kicks off with the doom laden track Downfall which offers up a slow burning, murky and fuzzed out sound that submerges you in sludge filled ever trudging riffs. Downfall is the most murky and somber offering on this release as it takes you through crumbling corridors of buzzing riffs and pounding drumming for four minutes before turning you over to the more heavy metal and hard rock sounding tracks Into the Abyss and Dead Religious. Both of these tracks utilize their hard rock and heavy metal components to gift you with a faster paced, head nodding and memorable sound. Both of these tracks greet you with intensely buzzing riffs that are paired with ever rumbling bass lines and crisp ever gritty and blackened vocals. Downfall  and Dead Religious get your head nodding and brain buzzing before you descend to the fourth and final track Black Ships.

The final track Black Ships is all around the best and most well put together track on this release. This offering utilizes each of the genres that Blissful Stream sews in to his work, and this song utilizes them well. You get hints of heavy metal, hard rock and certainly hints of doom, and they all come together in miserable harmony to create a cohesive, smooth sounding track that is hard to shake. Black Ships is a very memorable, very intoxicating track that is certainly the perfect track to end Dead Religious with. Black Ships rocks with mid tempos and it slows down to a glacial pace with its doom offerings to present you with a gloom filled ever darkening sound that is hard to not love. This somber yet captivating track is a well rounded and very well  performed track that as mentioned before, is the perfect ending to an all around solid offering in Dead Religious.

This is a short release and yet it comes complete with plenty of variety and plenty of entertainment. Through four tracks you are greeted with a heavy dosing of heavy metal, hard rock as well as doom and sludge sprinkled in there for good measure. In my opinion, the tracks that focus more on the doom elements are the best tracks on the release as Blissful Stream hits them right out of the park. The middle two where hard rock and heavy metal are the focus are good solid tracks as well that get your head nodding and get you engaged. And with four total songs that are all around solid offerings, Dead Religious is an all around very good release that is highly entertaining, gloomy and memorable.

You can find Dead Religious right on the Blissful Stream Bandcamp

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