Eskhaton – Worship Death

Death metal for total maniacs! Formed in 2010.

Passionate and unmerciful are just two words that spring to mind here, as Eskhaton take to the speakers and obliterate everything in their wake! You don’t just take the lid off one of their tracks, the pressure literally catapults it off and into hyperspace, along with your sanity!

Although it isn’t anything new to get excited over, one cannot remove themselves from the wealth of noise that masterfully teases and engages you through-out the entirety of this eleven track album – which on occasions simply seduces you with a caustic soaking of malevolence.

If these guys were an orchard they would have the ripest of fruits to choose from!

    “All the tracks run (or gallop) in the same vein so no point in reviewing each track in turn. For those familiar with the beautiful sound of Death Metal it will need no introduction but it will still have your jaw dropping to an all-time low, so do scrape it off the floor and enjoy the ride”

Moulded from a savage concoction of fire and brimstone the increasingly potent metal flourishes into an undiluted vicious flurry of rhythmic battering’s known to man and beast!

These tracks bite with very sharp teeth and your violation will be without consent as the growls and beats fully take command, so check your pulse rate!

 All the tracks run (or gallop) in the same vein, so no point in reviewing each track in turn. For those familiar with the beautiful sound of Death Metal it will need no introduction but it will still have your jaw dropping to an all-time low, so do scrape it off the floor and enjoy the ride.

The glorious exploration of sonically charged metal is like no other, as the fiery vocals surreptitiously infect the aural cavities with sheer abandon, whilst a barrage of beats will have you salivating and drowning in your own saliva, at this point there is no turning back, the high and rolling tidal wave is a forgone conclusion.

These riffs must have been spawned personally by Satan himself, luring you in and taking over the brain cells, which will undoubtedly end up having you committed to a lunatic asylum, if you aren’t already there!

My only gripe be it a small one is that with Death Metal it can’t go any further than within the boundaries of its outer limits, meaning: things do sound very similar through-out, however, whilst sucking up the rich bounty of madness I feel revived and refreshed by the torrents of barbed metal that Eskhaton have produced.

The album is pumped full of expression, emotion and energy as you would expect and if you are not totally addicted to this album at the end of your listening enjoyment, then you can’t be into death metal, but well done on getting this far and surviving its dark pleasures – I am ready for round two!

See you in Hell Mofo’s

9½/10

Eskhaton’s new album ‘Worship Death’ is out now via Chaos Records.

About Pagan Hel

RAMzine Senior Writer - Although my fingers don't play frets they write with enthusiasm for metal!!!!!!

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