Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Omission/In The Shadow Of The Cross/Chaos Records/2011 CD Review

Omission are a band from Mexico that consists of may veterans from the Mexico/California underground and play raw and evil sounding in the old school vien and this is a review of their 2011 album "In The Shadow Of The Cross" which will be released by Chaos Records.

Drums range from slow, midpaced to fast playing with alot of brutal blast beats, while the bass playing has a very dark tone which is mixed down low in the mix and seems to follow the riffing that is coming out of the guitars, as for the keyboards when they are utilized briefly they have a dark ritualistic feel to them.

Rhythm guitars range from slow, midpaced to fast raw and brutal death metal riffs in the classic vien, while the lead guitars are very dark and evil sounding death metal classic solos in the early 90's vien.

Vocals are all deep death metal growls which are very easy to understand and on one song there are some ritualistic chants being utilized, while the lyics are anti christian/catholic with a satanic edge, as for the production it has a very and raw sound to it.

In my opinion Omission are a very good raw,evil, and anti christian death metal in the early 90's vien, and if you are a fan of this style, you hould check out this band. RECEMMONDED TRACKS INCLUDE "In The Shadow Of The Cross" "Assault In The Vatican" "wont Be Saved" and "Fallen Angels". RECEMMONDED BUY.

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