Straight to the point opening tracks Make Peace and Worms Of The Earth that thrash their way through with gritty guitar chords, rumbling bass, and hasty drums and a hardcore vocal style. Come And See dips out from the speed and is in fact the longest track on the record at 2.38 minutes, enough time for them to throw a solo in the mix too which also appears in Bones and Spend Your Life. Clean vocals start to emerge in Moribund which has a similar tone to Roger [Less Than Jake] which has a tasteful blend to add something new to the record thus far. The title track Death Is Death speaks for itself when speaking about no escaping the inevitable and is a very ballsy track that hits hard in a very truthful statement. So far I am learning that quantity and quality can come hand in hand, as the works of this record as fast as it has gone by so far has been a whirlwind of pure energy that is not holding back from raw vocals honing built up emotion and aggression such as the duel vocals. Closing with Pull Out that brings the album together so well with the 90’s punk feel with a short-lived clean sung chorus segment that really sits smoothly in the track.
It’s been a lot to process in such a short time, that I feel compelled to listen through again soon enough! On first listen, these guys have potential to move onto big things in the ever-growing scene.
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