With some peculiarities that reflects the strength of a higher dome of vehemently combined harmonies, Devour and Birth has its share of splendorous audacities, like the second track – Army of Darkness – that brings on the wingspan of its fantastic and hallucinating sphere of fabulous eviscerating and epically creative sound, the vibrating and gloriously delirious symphony of a sensational guitar solo, that extracts the perfunctory rhythmic dissonance of its proverbial idiosyncrasies with the abundant strength of a marvelous and infinite dedication obsessed for outrageous and genuine creativity. Such an audacious and profoundly innovative style looks for a legacy that has everything to set a storm over the extraordinary principles of a genre that starts to contemplate new horizons with this work.
Of course Xenosis is not an ordinary death metal band. With a style that is perceptively and ostensibly consolidated throughout the album, the potential the group has for innovation is strikingly virtuous, and collects in the anatomically perfect space of aggrandizing and dense technical harmonies the intricate variants of an objective that has on the surface of its superior qualities the systematic exhortation of a work that disperses vigor, intensity, dilacerating energy and the groundbreaking certainty of its impeccable capabilities.
With sincere, but deeply effusive harmonies, Devour and Birth undoubtedly is an album worthwhile listening. With a strong sense of singularity, but at the same time exceedingly respectful to the genre it represents, Xenosis gives to its audience a great injunction of formidable potentialities, that creates and solidifies into the genre a new form of life, and inserts into the sphere of its principles a new horizon of possibilities. With each and every track profoundly elaborated at the wisest reality of a marvelous inclination to a majestically authorial sound, Xenosis has perfectly delivered a major work of powerful artistic ambition, that will be easily highlighted among the genre enthusiasts.