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Review: Malevolence – Reign of Suffering

Malevolence bring the mosh. Period. Hopefully they’ll release new material soon; in the meantime , I’ll present you their last album. Spoiler alert: it goes hard. No, seriously – these are some of the most infectious riffs, combined with the freshest/nastiest breakdowns. Go listen to this right now! Siege of Amida know who to sing, that’s for sure!

As much as I’d love to review each song individually, I’ll instead provide you my opinion on the whole album: IT F&*@&N’ RIPS! The production is flawless. The breakdowns are extremely sharp. The riffs, the drums, the vocalwork – S-U-P-R-E-M-E! These is not a single filler song. Also, pretty much every track is memorable, yet somehow I can’t put my finger on which one is a favourite of mine. This might be a downside to some, because it could also mean that the songs are interchangeable (trust me – they’re not). Also, the southern influence is apparent throughout “Reign of Suffering”; I personally find that obvious.

This is a groove/hardcore album, with an emphasize on heavy riffs after all. The band members themselves list bands such as Lamb Of God, Hatebreed, At The Gates, Crowbar, Terror, Necrophagist, Pantera, Dying Fetus as influences, so don’t be a hater. Overall, this is a great release – make sure to check it out!

You can watch the video for “Delusions of Fear” below! Also, purchase Malevolence on Big Cartel now!

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