With an authentic, graceful and abrasive sound, the explosive guitar lines on this album come with a chaotic horde of destructive imperial cynicism, as you can’t believe what you are hearing. With a great domain of the rhythmic pace, surrounding the soul of the harmonies with the essence of another reality, the chaotic, but perfectly settled score of harmonies easily came to the forefront of the rhythms, as the world they create agonizes at the height of magnificent guitar lines. Never renouncing its gigantic potential, its deeply aggressive and hostile sound creates holes of absurdly invasive streams into the craft of harmonies, as you feel yourself dragged by an immense hole that strikes the sonorous boundaries of the despair that densely emanates from within the songs, delivered by an imperial doom that configures the hazardous outline for the infinite demise of existence.
An extreme album that will certainly please the most extreme enthusiasts of metal, Infidel is not for the beginners, nor amateurs. An abrasive, aggressive and sinister album, that fully disintegrates the world already at the first seconds, this is extreme metal done right. Heavy, hostile and direct, it is also a coercive lesson on brutal death metal, as you definitely can’t say you know well the genre, before listening to this complete lesson of sonorous brutality.
The synchronicity between instruments on this album, and the fantastic cohesion they have among such destructive, rapid and vigorously pulsating rhythms are definitely no minor achievement. Although this album will not reach any audience outside the extremely extreme metal sphere, the right ones will catch the message, as well as appreciate this fully tempestuous and hazardous work of lancinating agony. Way more than just another album, this record manages to be a complete, definitive and exhilarating lesson on extreme dark metal.