|Review: Death's Cold Wind - Subyugador - In Goat We Trust|
|Subyugador - In Goat We Trust|
Label: Old Temple
Year released: 2016
Genre: Death Metal
Review online: October 31, 2017
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
for:Subyugador - In Goat We Trust
Death's Cold Wind is a Death Metal trio from Ecuador that was formed in 2001. The band released several smaller releases (i.e. demos, EPs, etc.), but it was not until 2014 that they finally got their debut album, Subyugador - In Goat We Trust, released on a small independent label named La Meduna Espinal, in their home country. As Subyugador - In Goat We Trust was limited to 300 copies only, Poland's Old Temple Records decided to use this opportunity, and get it more widely available for the other markets, this time as a hand-numbered edition.
Musically, Death's Cold Wind trust a pretty rough-edged, dark and brutal old-school Death Metal sound that reminds me of such names as early Incantation, early Morbid Angel (the Abominations era in particular) and even early Slayer (especially solo-wise). The guys know their stuff, keeping it it straightforward and ruthlessly brutal to the bone, and deliver their goods convincingly enough to appeal all the old school Death Metal heads out there. There's nothing in Death's Cold Wind that you haven't heard before, but sometimes sticking to the old guns is the best way to go.
If you find rough, simple and brutal old school Death Metal appealing, you may well find some guilty pleasure from Death's Cold Wind's rude mangling.
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