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Scarificare Tilasm Hellprod Records April 20, 2018 Album review



Hellprod Records

April 20, 2018

Album review by Allyson Kingsley Music Journalist with Boston Rock Radio


Scarificare is a Portuguese black metal band that formed in 2006 by Crusher, Sothis and Quetzalcoatl. In 2007 they had released a demo tape entitled Sulphurous Wrath on Portuguese label Skull Productions. Their first album Perpectual Decline was self released as Njord took the place of Sothis on the drummer’s throne. Their second album Potulado via Portuguese label HELLDPROD featured Quetzalcoatl on total vocals. After a few more lineup changes Scarificare continues with their upcoming release Tilasm via Hellprod Records featuring Quetzalcoatl on vocals and guitars, Eligos on bass guitar and Luis Leal as drummer. These tracks have elements of black metal, death metal and doom metal.


“Crystal Skull" has melodic death metal tones. The vocals are exceptional and well noted in this track and throughout the album is the thunderous well executed drumming.  Check out the almost tribal drumming on the song “Wandering Soul,” which also has a mystical vocal chanting which offsets the growling vocals that makes it ethereal. The song becomes more instrumental as well as more entrancing. “Regression" is a coaster ride of shredding/drumming.  


The album is atypical of what I would consider black metal but definitely exceptionally done.


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