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Review: Moker – Home Invader

Home Invader marks the fourth release by Belgium Death Metallers Moker. Having been released on the 2nd of December, we hear a well-produced and even better flowing array of chugging riffs, thrashing drums, and malevolent gutturals.

As a Death Metal album, purists will find the duration of Home Invader loyal and true to the style of the genre. As listeners get to the second track titled “Break and Enter”, they know that they are brought back to the age where the likes of Deeds of Flesh and Morbid Angel were at their strongest. In fact, this is an album that can also easily be used as a safe space for listeners who are jaded or just unimpressed by the more mainstream trends of metal today.

The most diverse sounding tracks are “Code 417” and “Throat Snatcher” for the reason that they are so well structured in variating tempos, vocal styles, and also the mere fact that they have guitar solos.

I give this album a 7.5/10. Home Invader is a great album to take with you whether you’re driving, gaming, going to the gym, or just cranking your speakers.

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