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The Essence Of Time Matches No Flesh
August 2017
Released: June, Self Released
Rating: 5.0/5
Reviewer: UK Team

Madrost are back with their four album in 2017. The progressive thrash band are redefining their sound but this time, harder and heavier than their last album released in 2014.

The album is a 37 minute complete brain meltdown. From the ripping solos, riffs and huge breakdowns the music just gets stuck in your ears. The album has 7 tracks, but it leaves you wishing there were 7 more. The whole composition of the band does a remarkable job putting every piece of the puzzle as perfectly as it can be. The vocals perfect for trash metal but having a part which goes into a death metal genre, gives a fine transition which copes with the atmosphere very good.

A song from the album that really left a remarkable impression on me personally is "No Future". The song left a really good impression because it starts really quiet with a dark ambient of mystery and in couple of seconds it starts glazing all over the place with growling vocals, raging drums and fast guitar fills and riffs.

All in all the album is a complete masterpiece, if not the best, one of the best albums this year so far, from this genre. IF you haven't heard it yet, now it's really the time

Review by: Kire Jovanovski
Track Listing

1. Eyes of the Deceit
2. The Silence in Ruins
3. From Sand to Dust
4. Abstractions
5. No Future
6. Scorned
7. Dimensions


Tanner Poppitt - Vocals/Guitar
Richard Orellana - Bass
Mark Rivas - Drums
Necro Nick - Guitar

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