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Death Rattle
Volition
Company: Independent
Release: 2017
Genre: Thrash
Reviewer: Eric Compton
Published: 11/12/2017

The hard-hitting band deliver an overdose of energy
COMMENTS:
This New Hampshire act return with their second album to date, 'Volition', the follow-up to the group's 2012 debut 'Man's Ruin'. While originality is certainly lacking, the hard-hitting band deliver an overdose of energy. Similarities to Lamb of God is valid, with tracks like 'Love and War' showing off a tight, thrashy rhythm section over the growls and screeches of Trey Holton. The groove stompers should find plenty to like from start to finish, closing with a riff-intense banger in 'From Blood to Black'. I need more identity here, but I can enjoy this kind of junk food from time to time. I'd love to see the live energy.

PERSONAL BREAKDOWN:

ENJOYMENT
3
MUSIC
3
VOCALS
3
PRODUCTION
2.5
ARTWORK
2
LYRICS
3

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