Infernal Tenebra
New Formed Revelations
Style: Death Metal
Release date: 7 December, 2012
Playing time: 38:47

For me this is certainly the best band hailing from Croatia. Heavy like a mammoth and furious like Morbid Angel. This is their third album and you can still hear that they started as a black metal band. The vocals are low grunting ones, but very understandable. The tempo is high for the biggest part, but when they slow down a certain groove appears. The drums are very tight and with a lot of variety.

The second track "Failed Leaders Museum" does remind me of the legendary band Messiah in a way. I think the vocals are the biggest reason for that. The lead breaks in a lot of songs are in Slayer/Morbid Angel style. There is a lot of variety on the album and you can hear that the band has tried to write good songs above the average level. In my opinion they succeeded in doing that and I think that death metal fans, who like chugging riffs and variety, combined with excellent growling/grunting rather understandable vocals will dig this album.

Imagine the heaviness of Testament's 'The Gathering' with the groove of Machine Head combined with the aggression of Morbid Angel or Behemoth and perhaps you get a certain picture.


01. Entropia
02. Failed Leaders Museum
03. The Art of Survival
04. Blood Stained Canvas
05. Last Martyr Standing
06. Happily Depressed
07. One Minute Silence
08. Damage Control

Label: Massacre Records
Distribution: Target (Denmark)
Reviewed by: Reinier de Vries
Date: 7 December, 2012