Eradikal Insane are a French death metal band and this is their debut album.
Eradikal Insane play modern death metal that’s high-impact and straight to the point.
The band vary the speeds that they operate in, but always go full-on regardless of what they do. The fast parts are very fast, the mid-paced grooves are generously dense and the breakdown-styled sections are heavy and crushing.
Occasionally the band flirt with the more technical sides of the genre, and sometimes touches of deathcore appear, but their playing is tight and exact regardless of what they’re doing.
Production-wise Mithra is clearly and professionally recorded. Everything sounds great and the songs sound huge, with each riff like a giant boulder being dropped.
The singer uses growls and shouted screams to roar out his messages across the music. There are also some top-notch guest vocalists on the album too; the singers of Aborted, Benighted and Kronos all make an appearance.
Eradikal Insane have produced a strong and muscular modern death metal album that wears its influences on its sleeves and provides 47 minutes of crushing enjoyment for the whole family. Or something along those lines. Basically, this is very good modern death metal, so play it loud and play it proud.
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