The overall sound and the style of Womit Angel on this album is competent, coherent and very good. Despite the modest, even common ground premise, and the simple outlines of the songs, Impaling Force of Satan is an interesting and cohesive album. The general proposal of the record is continuously strong, but preeminently subtle, and the structure of the music can be described as formidably relevant.
Womit Angel is not the first band to introduce punk rock elements in black metal. For several years, in their last albums, Norwegian legendary black metal act Darkthrone has improved their notoriety by doing this improbable, but effective mixture as well. Nonetheless, the style of Womit Angel reveals a creative and genuine approach, that makes this record in particular to be considered fantastically uplifting and very surprising as well.
Impaling Force of Satan reveals itself to be a formidable album. Although too simple in certain aspects, with some songs being exceedingly short – the sixth track, the eponymous Impaling Force of Satan, lasts only thirty seconds –, this record will be an extraordinary surprise for enthusiasts of this particular genre blending. Although the album cannot be considered an incredible masterpiece, it’s fairly competent, efficient, full of qualities, and quite good on its overall musical terms and proposals. You will certainly not be disappointed. Impaling Force of Satan is a great and outstanding blackened punk rock album, that effectively realizes in a style close to perfection a mixture that apparently can be easy to do, but in practice, only a few can undertake with such an amazing level of striking ability.