|Review: Dirty Grave - Evil Desire|
Year released: 2017
Genre: Doom Metal
Review online: July 14, 2018
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
Rated 4/5 (80%) (5 Votes)
Wow... now, this is something completely different. Mark Rainbow and Victor Berg form this band called Dirty Grave and they sort of live up the band's name: their lyrics are all about primitive satanic rituals, all kind of evilness, suicidal thoughts, but also about regular life topics, like a distant love or relationship. The music, however, steals the main role here, and takes you on a journey where you are about to see such old road signs as "sounds like Ozzy-era Sabbath", or "reminds me a little bit of Kyuss' Welcome to Sky Valley ", or whatever else that throws you gently back in time, and some vintage, pot-reeking and authentic proto-Doom Metal sounds.
Listening to Evil Desire makes you almost feel like watching a band rehearsing or playing live in front of your nose. I mean, this Brazilian duo does sound THAT authentic. There's just nothing fake or glued about their sound at all. It's all about finding the right feeling and vibe to JAM; jam hard 'til you sweat, like who cares for tomorrow: this is the moment where I want to give it all out of myself.
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