Panzerfaust metalzine #5:


"live satanic devastation"
Here's really cool tape, recently unleashed by the KAMPF… Well, let's be honest – the joined forces of two great Polish underground acts in live action must be intriguing. And even if many of you may shit on it, because of the sound quality, etc. it doesn't matter to me at all... I prefer to treat "Live Satanic Devastation" as cool bootleg recording / release, which – without hesitate – will join my collection. And since I really like both bands, it was a pleasure to listen to that split MC. I was surprised by the sound of it – sure, it's not as "perfect" as "Emperial Live Ceremony" (haha)… It's very raw and harsh, but as for bootleg it sounds quite well; one could hear everything without any problems and even if sometimes (in BLOODTHIRST part) vocals' volume is once higher and then lower, it's fine. The most important is that I really can feel the live energy and devastation coming from both acts! Besides, I like such noise ha, ha! It's really spontaneous recording ("Bestial KURWA Raids!", "Napierdalac!"), total headbanger… and even those many mistakes – in guitar solos or some other parts – don't disturb. Who cares about that? It was a small venue, with drunken bastards and shity equipment… Pure fuckin' underground which shouldn't be reviewed basing on its technical quality, but rather on the passion and madness. Both bands have recorded six songs each (and from each there's one cover: SLAYER's "Evil Has No Boundaries" and BEHERIT's "Grave Desecration")… Enjoy!

Marcin

 


 

Orfismo 'zine #15:


"live satanic devastation"
El titulo hace verdadera justicia a lo que aqui nos encontraremos. En primer lugar los thrashers de BLOODTHIRST, una banda ya conocida por los lectores del Orfismo y que han ganado muchisimos enteros desde sus comienzos. Entre sus 6 temas incluyen una version del Evil has no boundaries de SLAYER, si empre fieles a una manera propia de interpretar el TM totalmente agresiva.
De mis adorados BESTIAL RAIDS diré que tambien sus 6 temas me han molado, estos tambien incluyen una version, en este caso de BEHERIT, pero he de ser justo al decir que aqui en directo la voz no tiene esa vertiente holocaustica que "consiguen" en estudio y que tanto me alucina. Esto tampoco resta belicosidad al asunto y por ello este Split mc es todo un acierto para los mas posesos del UG.

Bouzas

 


 

Orfismo 'zine #15:

"live satanic devastation"
The title of this split make justice with the bands. First of all, Bloodthirst's thrashers is a very well-know band for the readers from Orfismo 'zine. They are pure live attack. They playing 6 tracks, inclued a coversong of "Evil Has No Boundaries" from Slayer. Thrash Metal of great quality with nice aggressive riffs.
Bestial Raids are a jewel for me. The 6 songs are pure evil, they inclued a coversong of Beherit. This time the vocals arenthy cup of tea, they haven't the holocaustical force of their demos and this is my stroke favorite of them. Well, no problem. This is the war and the sound is a bomb. I recommend this split MC to all the lovers of the UG scene because it's true.


Bouzas

 


 

Necroscope 'zine #16:


"live satanic devastation"
The next alcoholic, satanic gift from the deepest circle of Polish Hell! As the title suggests, we are talking about the stuff recorded during the gig in Zielona Gora - 18.02.2005. The tape is released in absolutely underground way by KAMPF records. Of course we all know both bands participated on the split, I reviewed each one a couple of times already. So let's look on a few, important details only. First is playing the thrashing biggest hope in our sad country - BLOODTHIRST. They were a little drunken on the stage, as I know, however the guys performed pretty decently their compositions, even solos were played without any awful mistakes. The problem with BLOODTHIRST'S performance is too loud vocal, it can be irritable, however I can admit their gig really positively! It contains 6 tracks, including the cover "Evil has no boundaries". Then we are welcome on the stage, nuclear terrorists from BESTIAL RAIDS, maybe the most promising Polish band, when we are talking about the extreme black/death metal style! But let's bang our head at their gig. And it was definitely total concert! Pure, raw, vulgar assault, made by the great music inspired by SARCOFAGO & BLASPHEMY, the great experience for sickest maniacs intended to primitive, raw, yet extreme stuff. I have no more words and they're no needed in fact. I can only regret my absence on discussed gig, it had to be ultra extreme and alcoholic evening. I'm sure. However I'll try to see both hordes on a stage yet. Meantime look for "Live satanic devastation" absolutely!

Adam