Least Worst Option
is the new and independently operated media review project of long-time Masterful Magazine scribe Wouter Roemers. He will remain with us, while doing his own project. The goal is to cover metal records, both old and new, in greater length and detail on comparison to the more compact reviews people have come to expect here. Least Worst Option will cover mostly metal records, but will occasionally venture into pop territory to keep things interesting, coverage of old and new video games is something to be found there as well. Check out all of this and more at www.leastworstoption.com
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I had some material done already before the demise of Lord Belial. Some of the material was actually intended for the next Lord Belial album, but since we disbanded I changed around all of the ideas into new songs.
I don’t really consider it that much superior. But we KEPT the quality from 1st to 4th album, and that is something that is not easy to do! And I think there will come a 5th album that will kick just as much ass.
Impious Baptism - "Wrath Of the Apex Predator" (Australia)
Hells Headbangers Records
This old song and dance again? Once a particular sound or band gets popular - labels fall over themselves to sign each and every band that represents that particular sound or hails from that particular region. It’s quite an embarrassing spectacle. It’s an age-old practice and one that continues to work against all odds. After releasing albums by Denouncement Pyre, Deiphago and Satanic Bloodspraying, plus reissuing long lost bits by Bestial Warlust, Deströyer 666 and Blackened Wisdom Hells Headbangers now unleashes the work of Jarro ‘Deceiver’ Raphael (ex-Deströyer 666), the latest son of vengeance who pledges to the bestial war-metal sound. Just to preface that Impious Baptism is the latest product in a long line of bands which seek to combine the sounds of Blasphemy, Sodom and Possessed in a whirlwind of razorwire riffing and blasting drums. So, with all this complaining out of the way, is this actually any good? Yes, this is quite good actually. Not (pre-"Of Lucifer and Lightning") Angelcorpse good, but close enough. So, you get a good dose of ancient German thrash, some early death metal a la Possessed and more then enough of that I-don’t-care attitude that Australia has an abundance of. I don’t really know how much I need to tell you. This sounds exactly like all those other records and bands I already mentioned. There’s no two ways about it. The fact is that Impious Baptism is just good at what they do, and that’s it. No bells, no whistles - just super aggressive death/black/thrash metal or war-metal. It slays, that is the most important.http://www.hellsheadbangers.comWouter 7
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