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Bastard Priest: Ghouls of the Endless Night

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Pulverised/Sound Pollution

Umeå´s BASTARD PRIEST, aka Matt Mendoza, drums, vocals, and Inventor, guitars, vocals, are back for a second time. Their debut, “Under the Hammer of Destruction” came out in 2010, and displayed their love of things death and punk. They first showed signs of life in 2001 and has been underground faves since then almost, time to get out of the basement?

Nope, not in a million years will this rise above the cellar. The sound courtesy of Fredrik Lyxzen and Fred Estby is deliberately muffled and dirty, as it was in the beginning. The previous hardcore and punk elements have been but in the back in favor of more original death the Stockholm way. Their all time low is when they return to previous form, as in the almost black “Fucking Slaughter”. No refrain, hardly any structure and way too shrieking vocals. But the well mixed death-punk opener “Pestilent Force” and doomy “Poison” are the highlights. Otherwise they aim at a dirty unpolished sound of the past and decent melodies, which will earn them loyal fans.

Track List
Pestilent Force
Ghouls of the Endless Night
Enter Eternal Nightmare
Poison
Fucking Slaughter
Sacrilegious Ground
Last Scream
Enormous Thunder of the End

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Writer: Mikael Johansson
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