|Review: Lucifer's Fall - III - From the Deep|
|III - From the Deep|
Label: Sun & Moon Records
Year released: 2021
Genre: Doom Metal
Review online: November 20, 2021
Reviewed by: MetalMike
for:III - From the Deep
Rated 3.33/5 (66.67%) (3 Votes)
III - From the Deep is the third full-length from Lucifer's Fall, an Australian band that plays doom metal with epic overtones. I haven't heard any of their previous works (their output of splits, singles, EP, etc. is downright black metal-esque) but going by Sargon's review of their debut, expanding the lineup to include two guitarists was a smart move as they do manage to evoke some decent atmosphere in a couple of spots. There is still a lot of stuff on here that sounds like it was "written" rather than "created" and lacks much in the way of emotional impact but, on occasion, Lucifer's Fall's music gets more interesting. "Man of God" has a slow, menacing riff and a powerful vocal performance that reminds me of Manowar's "Hatred" while the title track, easily the best song on the album, effectively changes tempos and instrumentation, heightening the emotional impact. Despite these quality bits, I found most of III - From the Deep uninteresting and a bit of a chore to sit through, so even though there are flashes of promise, Lucifer's Fall still have a lot of work to do.
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