The Slovakian band Necroheresy have recorded a debut album named Asylum that will be jointly released on June 16th by the Belarusian label Symbol of Domination (Belarus) and two Russian labels, Wings of Destruction and Darknagar Records. Not long ago I wrote about the two tracks from the album that were then available for listening, soon after discovering them, and that led to what we’re about to do now — premiere a third track named “Silence Before the Storm“.
Those two previously released songs represent a kind of blackened death/thrash, with feral, blood-thirsty howls and deranged roars in the vocal department. “Consecration” (which is a free download) is a vicious, heavy, eruption of thrash on the brink of exploding into lacerating shards, which decelerates into a murderous mid-paced march before rocking and ripping in full throttle again.
By contrast, “Four Rooms of Sanatorium” is anchored by a massive, pile-driving riff that provides the framework for bursts of crazed guitar excretions and maniacal drum fusillades. It becomes even more frenzied at the end, erupting into a slashing, swarming attack.
Both of those tracks are hell on wheels, and so is “Silence Before the Storm“. If you’re looking for punishing whirlwind savagery combined with gargantuan, malicious death roars and enough full-throttle energy to light a city, look no further. I might add that the band have salted this electrifying jolt with some very catchy melodic and rhythmic hooks, too.
So, check out this new track below, along with the two others mentioned above. Hope you enjoy them!