September 22, 2011 by hhbrady
Canada’s Untimely Demise, are, essentially, Skeletonwitch– if they were more interested in bay-area thrash metal, ca. 1987, than in Iron Maiden.
If 3 Inches of Blood are this year’s traditional metal act, then Untimely Demise are their thrash counterparts.
Category: Album Review, Metal, Microreview
Tags: Album review, bay area thrash, black metal, Canadian metal, City of Steel, Ed Repka, iron maiden, Metal, Skeletonwitch, Thrash, traditional heavy metal, Untimely Demise
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Trying to hear the music in everything... trying to tie everything back to sound– heavy metal… jazz… anywhere: and this, distinctly schizophrenically.
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