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Pestilence Hadeon Hammerheart Records March 5, 2018 Album Review



Hammerheart Records

March 5, 2018

Album Review by Allyson Kingsley Music Journalist with Boston Rock Radio



Pestilence is:

  Patrick Mameli- lead guitar, vocals

  Santiago Dobles- guitar

  Tilen Hudrap- bass

  Septimiu Hărşan- drums


From the Dutch/German border (Enschede) arose old school death metal band Pestilence. Starting as a trio in 1986, and creating the debut “Malleus Malificarum" in 1988, Pestilence had more thrash leanings which can still be heard on this present album Hadeon. The foray into more of a death metal sound was achieved in or around 1989 with the release of “Consuming Impulse.” Ever evolving, with the release of “Spheres” in 1993 of some jazz fusion with the use of synth guitars, it may have been too far ahead for this time period. After a few lineup changes and several breaks, in the summer of 2017 Hadeon came into being with their current respective lineup.


Hadeon is a return to old school death metal with progressive touches. I  can still hear traces of thrash in songs like “Non Physical Existent" and “Materialization". Overall, Hadeon is a well produced affair with a classically heavy sound. I am, as always, enamored of veteran metallers who still bring fierceness and fire to the table. Pestilence do not disappoint in this regard.






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