To give you a very good idea of who has been involved with this album, I’m just going to reproduce a bit of the promo blurb below – Continue reading “Just Before Dawn – Tides of Blood (Review)”
Following on from 2014’s One to Conquer, Decaying continue their eternal warfare on this newest release with a further 39 minutes of battle hymns. Continue reading “Decaying – To Cross the Line (Review)”
This is Old-School Death Metal with a solid sound and plenty of guts. Sharing stylistic space with bands like Hail of Bullets, Warlord UK and Bolt Thrower, this is War Metal in the Classic style that rampages over the landscape like a heavily armoured tank.
One to Conquer is played well and benefits from the band’s obvious experience.
The songs are straightforward tracks with Death Metal’s destructive sound and warlike spirit. It rumbles along at a satisfying speed and even finds the time to interject a couple of blasts here and there.
I particularly enjoy the band’s chugging riffs and winding melodies. Yes, the Bolt Thrower influence is strong in this regard but if you like that band you’ll like this one too.
Vocally the band are armed with a singer who deals out death with a very deep growl, Hail of Bullets-style. It sounds good.
Decaying’s War Metal will be a familiar style to many and fans of this sub-genre will find One to Conquer a capable battlefield ally.
Check them out and have a listen.