|Review: Dangerous - The Shackles of Existence|
|The Shackles of Existence|
Year released: 2017
Genre: Thrash Metal
Review online: January 20, 2018
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
for:The Shackles of Existence
Rated 4.25/5 (85%) (4 Votes)
So, Chilean thrashers Dangerous have a new EP out, titled The Shackles of Existence, containing 5 songs, one of which is an instrumental...
I really liked the band's debut album, Metal Heritage, which showed that this band had a lot of potential. Once again, they deliver the goods on the heavier side of Thrash, which is what I like so much. Compared to their debut album, they have also slightly widened their musical horizon, finding a bit more balance between faster and slower sections this time around. "Humanity's Downfall" is, simply said, pure Dark Angel worship: the guitars, bass, and the vocals of Raúl Carreño show instant connections to the Californian thrashers' sound. Then again, "Venganza" reminds me of German thrashers Deathrow's Riders of Doom (or Satan's Gift, as it was released in the USA with that title without the band's permission) era, which got me even more thrilled about this EP.
Dangerous are the real deal: how could you possibly go wrong with some frenzied, riff-driven old-school Thrash Metal? Well, the short answer is that you simply can't - and hence Dangerous fuckin' rule! \,,/
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