NUCLEAR OMNICIDE The Presence of Evil Review

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NUCLEAR OMNICIDE “The Presence of Evil”

EBM Records

This is my first contact with the young band and I’m really impressed because of the high octane guitar riffs and dynamic structures found on the debut album. Coming from Finland, these guys seem to worship the old thrash metal genre from the beginnings in the 80’s, especially from American style. This album sounds solid as hell, and all compositions denote a huge work behind rehearsal room. I know some of you will say that the genre’s revival today is a crap and lacks of originality, but these guys created a debut album full of mature ideas and deadly guitar lines, and I must say the result is quite effective. Vocals are another aspect to underline because Benny Raivio sings guttural form and he steps beyond the aggression. The influence of Slayer is smelled everywhere and it truly made me smile because it seems like the roots are deep and honest. Just listen to the track “The Presence of Evil” and you will know what I’m talking about. All in all, this is an excellent debut album forged in Red fire, fast compositions and massive destruction. I recommend this album for those new thrash metal warriors, and also for those who know very well names like Exodus, Vio-lence, Demolition Hammer, Dark Angel, etc. – Victor Varas

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