The last time I heard from Spanish death thrashers Barbarian Prophecies was in 2011, when I received their 'Remember the Fallen' promo. I liked it. This has not changed - I still like what the dark quartet does. This is a very portion of death thrash with a dark and brooding groove. No frills attached, really, just does the job with a bunch of tempo shifts, simple but effective breaks (clearly demonstrated for example towards the end of the song Defeated, which is one of my favourite tunes of the album).
The attentive listener will hear influences from among others Slayer (try the intro of Nameless Shadows for one...) and old-school death metal, but I still think that Barbarian Prophecies manage to bring in their own, very dark sound. Good album, this one.