|Review: Damage Source - Aeons of Nothingness|
|Aeons of Nothingness|
Label: The Crawling Chaos Records
Year released: 2018
Review online: July 9, 2019
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
for:Aeons of Nothingness
Damage Source is a four-piece Death/Thrash Metal band hailing from Cologne, Germany. Forming in 2007, they had the expected smattering of demos and EPs before releasing this, their first full-length album, in 2018.
Aeons of Nothingness is a pretty sweet slice of old-school Death/Thrash that's a bit like Suffocation's demo material if you took out the blast beats and technicality. The guitar work sounds more than a little like Slayer's early material, the vocals are the expected semi-growl, and they even invoke a bit of Bolt Thrower on the song "Burial".
I wish I could say more, as this is a ripping good time when it's on, but there's not a whole lot to say about it. These lads love their Death/Thrash and they do it pretty well. It may not be terribly novel, but it thrashes like it's 1986 and yells about violence and evil, and sometimes that's all you need out of an album.
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