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“deadrhetoric.com says: "Three tracks of heavy death metal riffing and bellowing roars amidst some hyper-catchy leadwork and melodies a la older In Flames and Soilwork. There are even a few clean vocals that are more power metal-esque (as opposed to the more “commercial” variety) and a nice acoustic passage in “Sonic Lust” to help round things out."”
“From an article on tristusscriptor.weebly.com: I've had a special pre-screening of two upcoming tracks by the underground's finest, Brutalody. Being a multifaceted fan of all forms of metal - these experts make me not have to chose for the wonderful moments of their music in my phones. My mind should be confused by the many aspects bombarding my fanatical ears, yet it just isn't so. These guys can work in power metal, melodic death, progressive-structures, and modern-nostalgia in the same track. And from what is coming from them, I can say anyone with a love for metal will be delighted by this energetic brutality and melody combined. Read full review here: tristusscriptor.weebly.com”
“There's a commanding presence from the band's sound from the getgo. As the title-track kicks off the festivities, one is greeted with the seething energy of a tight unit of extreme metal musicians showing what they can do, naturally, and in a refreshingly melodic idiom. Despite the blend of dual-guitar harmonies and aggressive rhythms in the instrumentation, there's no sign of the contemporary stigmas regarding what sub-genre linguists would call overused and tired. If it's not a surprisingly cutting guitar lead that grapples your focus, it'll be a triumphant classic falsetto popping out of the mix from the varied growls to remind you that this band means business, and (to be blunt) isn't fucking around. There's shades of Gothenburg, stirred nicely into an intricate Coroner's brew, with some blackness and NWOBHM having a party around it. However, my grand statement is that of maintained originality. This band has taken what they love and made it theirs.”