(NCS writer Israel Flanders shines our spotlight on the discography of The Burning.)
Since plans have not gone as smoothly as expected (still don’t have Vader and Aliases for review yet), I had a special article in the bag that seemed good to do now. I’m going to introduce you to a band called The Burning from Denmark. I will do mini-reviews of all three of their albums and, with the band’s permission, provide you with a download of their discography. THIS WILL ONLY BE UP FOR A WEEK, SO GRAB THIS WHILE IT’S HOT! I really want to thank and give a shout out to the guys in the band for allowing me to do this — it’s a huge honor.
The Burning started their foray into the metal world with this debut, titled Storm The Walls. Let’s establish what sets The Burning apart here, or what’s noteworthy: This is a heavily groove-oriented band, this is a band who have prided themselves on their consistency in having only one guitarist, and this is a band who honors the craft of straight-forward, pummeling songwriting. (more after the jump . . .)