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Winter Of Sin - Violent Reigns Supreme (2014)
WINTER OF SIN is a Dutch death/black metal band that was formed several years ago by Ricardo and Dirk. The band released a first demo, Hailstorm, in 2000. This demo was elected demo of the month in the German Metal Hammer.
A second demo, Obscura, was recorded in 2002, and in 2006 and 2008, two full-length CDÂ?s, Woest and Razernij, were released by CCP records from Austria. During those years, Winter of Sin played live on several gigs in Europe, supporting great black metal and death metal acts, such as Taake, Cirith Gorgor, MÃ¶rk Gryning, Ancient, Asphyx, and Negura Bunget.
Winter of Sin initially started out as a melodic black metal band, but gradually shifted towards more aggressive and much faster death/black metal. This change in style was accompanied by several line-up changes. After a break, Winter of Sin entered the studio again in 2012, with a completely new line-up, consisting of original members Ricardo and Dirk, and Henri (God Dethroned) and Michiel (God Dethroned, Prostitute Disfigurement). The new album was recorded at the Soundlodge studio in Leer, Germany, and mixed by JÃ¶rg Uken, who, among others, also recorded some God Dethroned albums.
The new album, consisting of 10 tracks, is far more extreme and aggressive than all previous releases, as a result of a shift in musical style, but also as a result of HenriÂ?s distinct aggressive vocals, and MichielÂ?s insane drumming. The music still is highly melodic, a key feature of Winter of Sin since the beginning, but is also characterized by abundant blast beats and brutal riffing. The lyrics of the new album, called Violence Reigns Supreme, deal with the destruction of mankind by an unknown dominant extraterrestrial force. The grim and unforgiving lyrics on this album were inspired by both some war movies, and sci-fi movies that were released in the past decade, but without the often obligatory sparkle of hope shown in these movies. We all shall die.
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Lately IÂ?ve been craving a fist-pumping metal album, the kind that kicks your ass from the first minute and never relents (save for maybe one tiny little breather, the almost required instrumental break). Very recently I was allowed to hear such a glorious album, by a decade-and-a-half-old melodic black/death metal band from The Netherlands called Winter Of Sin, whose line-up now includes two former members of the sorely missed God Dethroned.
I freely admit to not having heard the bandÂ?s prior albums so I canÂ?t say how this compares, but I can confidently say that on its own merits Violence Reigns Supreme is the sort of album whose high consistency and powerful energy make it hard not to replay frequently. Beyond the relentless nature of their music, they get an extra boost from the cancerous, throaty screams and stout mid-paced growls of God Dethroned mastermind Henri Sattler. His howled proclamations cover these unholy hymns with a pained damnation that adds materially to the experience.
Right from the start, opener Â?Astral Death Reign AlgorithmÂ? sets the tone and palette of the album: Wailing, sinewy black metal interlocks with melodic bursts and fiery buzzsaw death metal riffs Â? supplemented by thrash undertones, accented by sinister leads, and topped off with a coating of orchestral flourishes. All these ingredients are smashed together into a deadly union of speed and finesse, a sleekly crafted vehicle designed for the purpose of superior serrated destruction.
From there it just gets better with Â?MaelstromÂ?, the song that got me into this album, and itÂ?s a catchy, high-octane blastfest you donÂ?t want to miss. Then the third track, Â?Eternal WinterÂ?, delves heavily into the bandÂ?s thrashier side while still staying close to their swarming black metal base.
This is definitely the sort of speed-addled metal album that needs an instrumental breather, a moment to slow down from the constant onslaught and frenzied spraying of blast beats all over the place (by ex-God Dethroned drummer Michiel van der Plicht). Track six Â?VirusÂ? does a fine, folky job filling this need, with simple acoustic melodies that repeat to cascading, hypnotic effect. ItÂ?s an altogether warm and effective pause before the last four tracks mercilessly fill your ears with a final volley of high-quality berzerker storms.
Toward the end of the album, Winter of Sin unleash their thrashier inclinations again on Â?Unleash MayhemÂ?. ItÂ?s a fine ode to violence that also disperses a plague of lethal black metal riffs, jabbing at the listener in rapid succession like a downpour of arrows. To conclude things, the slow intro build of Â?BioMechanoidÂ? sets the correct closing tone: epic. ItÂ?s largely a chugging, mid-paced laceration that incorporates the empowering feel of a ballad, calling to mind Amon Amarth even though it doesnÂ?t quite sound like them per se.
If you want an album that rages, and almost never relents nor dips in consistency, Violence Reigns Supreme is a worthy answer to that desire. ItÂ?s hatefully triumphant in an invigorating way that asks you to relish carnage and cruelty. Or sitting on the couch with this in your ears. Whatever excites you.
Violence Reigns Supreme is scheduled for release by Cyclone Empire on March 28. The wonderful cover art was created by Juanjo Castellano. ItÂ?s recommended for fans of Naglfar, God Dethroned, Dissection, Unanimated, and Destroyer 666.
Bitrate: 320 k
Tamaño: 94.62 MB