Oct 27, 2012

Warclouds 'A Disturbing Presence' review


WARCLOUDS
'A Disturbing Presence'
(Self-released)

The clouds of war taking shape before your very eyes: excellent guitar playing - stunning leads and all, brutal vocals, interesting arrangements. Death metal's most promising demo of the year here at the Void HQ? Probably. This is made even more impressive by the fact Bruno was responsible for all the writing and playing throughout the nine tunes that comprise ' A Disturbing Presence'. As such this is not perfection - the programmed drums are, after all...well, - programmed drums and the songs could benefit being a tad bit more memorable, but a strong start all the same. Now, after Bruno's relocation from Curitiba, Brazil to good ol' Blighty (London, more precisely) Warclouds version 2.0 is to be unleashed upon the world, as he has already recruited new members to the fold. Ask for this demo CD-R and keep an eye on this band. You wouldn't want to be caught off-guard when bigger and better things strike out, would you? Rating upped a bit due to Bruno being so cool sending the actual disc after his initial download link submission got lost in the disgusting and unexplainable bowels of our beloved Internet. [7,5]
(Vladimir Petrov)


 

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