Album Review: Clamor of Existence 'Fatal Redemption'

Clamor of Existence - Fatal Redemption

Clamor of Existence formed in 2011, and play heavy metal. This is there first full length album.

The first track is 'Darkness In My Soul' and is a riffy guitar virtuoso, before the vocals kick in. The first thing that hits me with this song is the backlines reminscent of Steve Harris and Nikko from Iron Maiden. With solid classic heavy metal riffs. The vocals remind me of Blaze Bailey. Its like 'Futureal' all over the again. 'Vae Victices' hits you in the chops, like the first time you heard Bullet for my Valentine's 'your betrayal'. Driving beats, classic riffs, this is classic heavy metal.

'Enjoy your Nothingness' is yet another classic track, tacking structures from Judas Priest and delivering in its foremost. Next is 'Exiled in Dark', followed by 'Heil your King' mixing a concoction of new and classic heavy metals forms to create haunting tracks that impress. 'Dominus Tyrannus' is a driven track that reminds of 'Amon Amaarth'. Beautifully delivered, and produced. The last track is 'In Bowels of Vanity' that delivers on the same par as the other songs.

This album lives up to all exptectations and more. These Greek metellars can take pride in a truely awesome album that can stand toe to toe with the likes of Amon Amarth, Chemicals of Democracy and Blaze Bayley. I give this album 8.5/10 for sheer audacity.

Andy for Eyes From The Mosh Pit

Review:Clamor of Existence - Fatal Redemption