|Review: Haiduk - Demonicon|
Year released: 2015
Review online: December 1, 2015
Reviewed by: Sargon the Terrible
Rated 3.88/5 (77.5%) (8 Votes)
Second full-length from this one-man Canadian act, Demonicon is another workout of the riffy, melodic Black/Death sole band member Luka Milojica trades in. This one sounds quite a bit more Death Metal in approach, with a faster vibe, a lot of hammering drums, and a more Death Metal style to the riffs. I was reminded of the dense, crushing approach of Bolt Thrower in the old days, with the combination of speed and melody wound up together, though this still has a more up-tuned tremolo attack than the deep-voiced sound that would imply. It's an interesting sound, and it makes for a sound that is different and hard to classify. On this disc Luka goes for an almost hypnotic approach, with the riffs repeating in a way that is almost industrial in places. This is more aggressive than Spellbook, but I think it lacks some of the melodic diversity of that album. Still, an entertaining listen from a worthy band.
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