solid thrash riffing, heavy grooves and a powerful vocal performance,
Swedish Kayser could easily play their way into the hearts of many a
Spiritual Beggars vocalist Spice manages to give the aggressive thrash
vocal a ring of melody, thus giving the pounding groove of ‘Frame the
World…’ a touch of heavy metal of olden times. And the album as a
whole does indeed have a feel of old-school, be it Megadeth, Slayer or
Black Sabbath. Production-wise it sports a mixture of Swedish sounds,
reminiscent of mid-nineties Entombed as well as latter-day In Flames.
sum: ‘Frame the World…’ is a cool addition to your thrash
collection, American old-school sounds mixed with Swedish quality.
Not only do Kayser master the thrash blast, they can also put together a
decent ballad without getting too sugary. The tack ‘Absence’ is a
fine mid-way breather that leads the thoughts to some of Alice In Chains’