"Order Of Doom"
Bestial Raids is approaching with a second album. More considered and
extended than "Necrowar Holocaust", showing a new face of evil
and hatred to a whole christian mass. Cultivating the old rules of brutal
metal playing. By turning on this bestial outgrowth immediately I've got
a kick in ass with these spotless sounds. From the first seconds I heard
only bass, so I thought that beginning will be subtle (I was sure that
they have still some of jesus in their hearts, but now I've completely
got rid of these thoughts and hopes hehe) but guys still are following
their way, crouching the paths of chaos, anger, fury, bestial orgies and
brutal murders, made me a proverbial dick :) From the very beginning they
serve us a chaff, which together with growls causes wetting the drawers
in fear. Personally my hairs stood on end (what could be rather
impossible, because they are pretty long) during listening to these
tracks. Demo is more attractive thanks to all the time changed speed
and appeared suddenly solos (they could be a bit longer and more readable).
The only thing which irritates me a little are the drums. There are a
moments when they are completely drowning the guitar, but as I have
rather good hearing I'm catching the single tones of this instrument.
However the percussion has more good points than faults. It has good,
readable sound. It works very evenly and in slower speeds the drum-beats
are so hypnotizing that heart is pumping blood into brain in this
rhythm. "Order Of Doom" is a one big battle. It is clear
among who and also at which side Bestial Raids stands. For end an
Animal Invasion treated us with a war song with gun shots, impacts
etc. in a background. The creators of "Necrowar Holocaust"
and "Order Of Doom" are undeniable the worshippers of
Blasphemy, Sarcofago, Von and in a way Beherit (personally I don't
like this band too much), where they are reflecting their worship and
fascination at mentioned demos. They for sure are satisfied that they
could record and release these stuffs, and I am satisfied that Bestial
Raids came into being at all and is representing our native metal scene