album review : Legacy of Ashes (2010) – Sinister

album : Legacy of Ashes

artist : Sinister

genre : Death Metal

year : 2010

Playing Sinister-esque death metal is like asking every other genre to rest in peace. They shoot their metal with an earnest intention to deliver. Legacy of Ashes plays the perfect butter to the naked bread, with the instruments capturing the true essence of this genre. The album clocks at around thirty eight minutes and isn’t of a kind that has been produced just so that there is another Sinister record in the catalogue.

The tone of Alex Paul‘s guitar eats up any flaws there are, and Edwin beats the drums black and blue. Aad Kloosterwaard is a vocal monster while the newly recruited Joost is seen enjoying his bass duties. Throughout the length and breadth of Legacy of Ashes your mind and body is submitted in a way that you hold out your horns in support of Sinister. A fan of Sinister or not but with Legacy of Ashes we are looking at another cool death metal release.

Rating : 4/5

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