Druknroll are a band from Ukraine that has been featured before in this zine that plays a very symphonic form of metal with traces of thrash and death metal and this is a review of their 2014 album "Boiling Point" which was released by Metal Scrap Records.
The album starts out with clean guitars and symphonic sounds before going into a heavier direction along with some blast beats and then thrash style vocals and back ups start to kick in along with some melodic singing and riffing and after awhile hard rock style solos become a part of the recording.
On the following track acoustic guitars are brought in to create a power ballad along with some psychedelic sounds as well as the bass guitars adding in more power and as the album moves on there is a brief use of Japanese folk instruments before going into a more heavy and modern thrash direction along with some death metal growls and the band still keep the melodic vocals and symphonic parts.
As the album progresses the music starts going for more of a symphonic hard rock/metal sound along with the heaviness of thrash and death metal as well as bringing a modern style to all of the genres they combine and the acoustic guitars and psychedelic sounds also make their return in certain sections of the recording and towards the end the death metal elements start to get even more heavier while the music keeps its hard and melodic sound along with some traces of alternative rock in the softer parts.
Druknroll remain true to their symphonic and melodic sound with this recording while also keeping the death, groove and thrash metal element s of their previous release as well as bringing in small amounts of psychedelic and alternative rock which sounds great with a professional sounding production and lyrics that cover everyday themes.
In my opinion this is another great sounding recording from Druknroll and if you are a fan of symphonic and melodic metal mixed in with thrash and death metal, you should check out this album. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Rage" "In the Power Of Depth" "Tenth Night" and "Saturation". 8 out of 10.