Ramming Speed

It's an inadvertent Metal Monday here at the 'Org reviews section!

First, reader wallofyouth takes a look at the new full-length from Ramming Speed, Doomed to Destroy, Destined to Die:

There's thrashing, grinding, and new waving of the heavy British sort in these thirteen songs: D-beats, blast beats, crusty hardcore, galloping power metal, and so on. Even a somber acoustic guitar introduces "Hollow Giants." Don't worry, that only lasts a few seconds, just like any other moment on this record you might expect to be able to hang your hat on

Read wallofyouth's review of Ramming Speed's Doomed to Destroy, Destined to Die right here.

Then, Joe Pelone dives into the new release from Vattnet Viskar (which sorta sounds like the name of that one guy on Metalocalypse), Sky Swallower:

Black metal is no stranger to hybrids, but it's striking that the bands Vattnet Viskar most resemble aesthetically have little to do with the genre. The passionate quiet/loud dynamics recall screamo act Envy, especially now that Vattnet Viskar have embraced breakdowns.

Read Joe's review of Vattnet Viskar's Sky Swallower right here.

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