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I Become Death
Released: 2017, Godz ov War Productions
Reviewer: Metal-Rules.com UK Team
Hereza are a duo from the Croatia and are here to play the Devil’s music.
"I Become Death’s" title track starts out the album like a shot gun blast to the back of the skull. Fast, strong and messy. Hereza do not give the listener much time to breath either as each of the 10 songs on this album are just as punishing, giving the ears a sonic assault clocking in at just under thirty minutes. The stand out track for me, “Full Moon Slaughter” may be the only song that does not seek out to punish the listener, instead has more of a grove based feeling to it.
A lot of the songs on this album reminded me of the early Death N’ Roll sound of Entombed. And that’s not a band thing. It’s just not anything new. Hereza aren’t offering anything new or unique on this album, just tried and true classic Death Metal.
“I Become Death” is a definitely worth checking out if you are a fan of early 90’s Swedish Death Metal.
Review by: Andrew Risch
1. I Become Death
2. Jebem Vas U Usta Ladna
3. Homo Homini Lupus Est
4. Uništi, Pali, Ruši
5. In The Name of God
6. Full Moon Slaughter
7. Neplodna Jama
8. Torn from the Death’s Bed
Slobodan Stupar - guitars, bass, backing vocals
Ivan Kovačević Kova - vocals
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