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Review: Boreworm – Entomophobia

Boreworm is a Death Metal band from Michigan. Since their formation in 2011, they have only released one EP. The band currently has four members and is unsigned. Released on November 19th, 2016, the Entomophobia EP contains four songs with a total run-time of 21 minutes and 47 seconds. This album is available via their Bandcamp page.

The intro of Synapse does a good job of setting the tone of the EP. The drumming impresses me, the beats and fills are great. Give the guitar solo at 2:14 a listen. The melody is sick. I love how they alternate between slow and fast playing during it. The fade-out is also nice.

I like the lead guitar playing around 1:25 in Esoteric. It’s kind of slow and has high notes in it. Check out the melody at 2:17. I really like the melodies they can create. It’s nice that they included multiple guitars during this portion of the song. The clean guitar parts are a refreshing change.

Check out the intro to Vile Husk for some intense drumming. His speed is great. The guitars have a mixture of a Deathcore and Death Metal sound to them.

There’s some pretty sweet lead guitar playing around 1:15 in the last song, Entomophobia. I was surprised to hear some more clean guitar playing around 1:55. I admire their writing ability. Check out a killer guitar solo at 2:57. It’s a fast one.

This EP is a pretty good one. I love the drumming and the guitar work is sweet. The vocalist doesn’t vary too much in his range but he can scream well. I would give this album an 8 out of 10.

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