We know No Trust from their début album Unfound, so it’s good to catch up with their latest offering.
I stand by my previous statements about this band – they’re still huge worshippers of The Riff and still come across as a blending of Dopethrone and Chimaira.
The singer’s raspy roar is back once more and continues to provide very satisfying vocals for the unfolding Metallic carnage. His voice works even closer with the music on this EP to produce songs that gel together nicely.
The guitars seem to buzz and rage through the playing time with that interesting combination of Sludge and Modern Metal that they play so well. The production emphasizes the Metal side of the equation, but the Sludge quality is brought out in the music from some choice riffing and the singer’s acidic snarl.
The songs are more developed this time around and the time between releases seems to have been well spent; overall, No Trust sound more confident and professional than ever.
Well, I’m very happy with this. A 31 minute blast of quality Metal is never to be turned down.
Give them a listen and prepare to unleash the fury.