Oath of Cruelty – Summary Execution at Dawn

Death-thrashing savagery storms forth. A recent strain of thought in a lot of death metal circles nowadays is that the genre isn’t fast enough due to so many bands wanting to be doomy, ritualistic, blackened or whatever else prioritizes atmosphere and aesthetic over savagery and intensity. I don’t think this is necessarily calling for a return to the days of Vital Remains and Hate Eternal (and thank fuck for that) but it’s been noted before that in spite of the “old school death metal” movement’s dogged allegiance to the ways of the late 80’s and early 90’s, there’s an unusual … Continue reading Oath of Cruelty – Summary Execution at Dawn