|Review: Heaving Earth - Redemption Ablaze|
Label: Lavadome Productions
Year released: 2011
Genre: Death Metal
Review online: June 12, 2014
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
Rated 4/5 (80%) (4 Votes)
Out from the darkest catacombs of the Czech Republic crawls Heaving Earth, an act that has been terrorizing the underground world for the last eight years with their mercilessly heavy and brutal Death Metal.
Heaving Earth's debut album, Diabolic Prophecies, released by Lavadome Productions in 2010, received many rave reviews from all around the globe and put the band on the map as one of the most promising Czech Death Metal bands out there.
Two years quickly passed and Heaving Earth decided to give the Death Metal community the two-song EP Redemption Ablaze. Both tracks on the EP, "I Am Nothing" and "Into the Depths of Abomination", illustrate how well Heaving Earth is able to execute their Death Metal. The band keeps it devastatingly brutal and sounds like a lunatic monkey after a lobotomy. Heaving Earth has adopted a style of Death Metal that is similar to Hate Eternal and especially Immolation. They are downright heavy, beautifully dark and brutal and just rip you apart within just a matter of seconds. Heaving Earth know what they want their Death Metal to sound like and if there was a "like" button in this particular review, I think I would give a couple of extra votes.
Heaving Earth is a name you should remember because they fucking destroy and never sound weak. True Death Metal.
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