With a great and surprising style that effectively proposes the mixture of the likes of punk rock, traditional rock’n’roll and hardcore elements, Sauron, on this specific release, has created a very peculiar style of death metal, that manages to be very close to technical death metal. With the predominance of well-crafted rhythms over heaviness, and powerful lines of guitar that are presented at the height of the sensibility of the songs, Wara! is a constricted album, grounded in the wisdom of a powerfully conceived technique, that does not took for granted the uneasiness of its methods, conscious of the lousy effectiveness of its somber dilution, towards a seemingly crude, but interestingly profound projected field of sound, that assigns to the genre such an impressive degree of originality, that you instantly feel yourself to be guided by a new trend within the heart and the spirit of death metal.
An intelligent and properly conceived album, that outdoes the most surprising recent releases of the genre, Wara! recreates and reworks with a potentially harmful display of unforgiving technical abilities the core, the principles and the fundamentals of the genre, shaping a new level of musical artistry, stylistic evolution and unraveling determination, which has, as a final result, elaborated a very intriguing album, that certainly has the potential to call into question everything we thought we knew about death metal, marvelously challenging the foundations of the genre, and reworking it towards something new and unexpected. At least, this is what you get, for sure, if you listen to Wara! with the same amount of soul that it was conceived.
A very good album, Wara! undoubtedly takes to another level the most practical and technical elements of death metal, here worked in a style that goes far beyond the ordinary limits ever established in the history of the genre.