Binah 'Hallucinating In Resurrecture' review

'Hallucinating In Resurrecture'
(Dark Descent Records / Me Saco Un Ojo Records)

Binah are from the UK and play a mixture of heavy slow to mid-paced death metal. In the current scene where a lot of bands seem to rely on speed or guttural style vocal effects to be "brutal" it's refreshing to hear a band that remembers what death metal should sound like, and where its roots lie. Raw, heavy guitars and bass, deep death metal growls that are extremely well done and fit perfectly with Binah's dark and heavy sound. I will admit the band does walk a fine line with some of their slower, heavier guitar parts giving the band sort of a death/doomish sound similar to the early 90's bands such as Skepticism, Thergothon and the similar bands, but I really won't label this band a doom band as their sound and heart lies within the old-school death metal - fans of early Grave,Benediction etc. will love Binah's heavy, dark death metal sounds.


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