This is the final review of a recording from Vader which shows them doing all cover versions with the album being called "Future Of The Past II-Hell In The East" which was released in 2015 by Witching Hour Productions.
The album starts out with a cover of Exorcist's "Ostatni Diakon" which is very much in a mid 80's death/thrash vein and very true to the original while also having a touch of speed metal, while their cover of Ghost's "Noc Demona" which is very heavily rooted in thrash while still having a great amount of heaviness and melody.
When they go into their cover of Imperator's "Necronomicon" they start having more of a mid 80's and early 90's death metal style and the vocals start utilizing more growls and the cover of Krabathor's "Totalni Destrukte" also brings in more of the same style but with more of a screaming style of vocals.
Their cover of Markiz De Sade's "Sen Schizofrenika" a song that is rooted in 80's thrash and hardcover bringing in a crossover while their cover of Merciless Death's "The Beginning Of Darkness" brings in a proto death metal style before going into a cover of Scarecrow's "Ostatni Sakrament" which is done in a very aggressive and brutal way which leads up to their cover of Slashing Death's "No Return" brings in German style thrash vocals and a powerful bass guitar sound. Once they go into their cover of Slaughter's "Czas Apokalipsy" the music starts having more of a straightforward death/thrash style.
Their cover of Thanato's "Necromaniac" sounds very much like the original version and the song goes back to the days when death metal was still more of a thrash style, while t heir version of Thrasher Death's "Czarny Aino" brings in even more of the pre-death metal style of the 80's and they close the album with a cover of Kat's "Wyrocznia" which goes for almost a pure style of thrash.
With this album Vader do nothing but cover's and the music is more rooted in death/thrash than the more striaight forward style of death metal that is presented on their original recordings and the production sounds very professional.
In my opinion this is another great sounding recording from Vader and if you are a fan of this band, you should enjoy this album. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Necronomicon" "The Beginning Of Darkness " 'No Return" and "Necromaniac". 8 out of 10.