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Hail to the majesty of hill, where we all will die (I mean the name of the band). This album once again proves that Christians can be brutal, and not only brutal, original too. There are many people who think that Christian metal is something awful, singing to God to help them and music is nothing but plagiarism. For people like this, I always have this band to advise them to listen.
I love the vocal. It sounds like throat is going to tear apart. Other bands work hours with microphone and their growl is 50% growl and 50% breath, so without electronic microphone they won't be able to sound well. But Adam's growl is 100% growl, which makes everything even more brutal.
Guitars here are very impressive. Their sound is very unique, which is typical for only this band. At the very fist track, 'Of Fire And Division' you will be able to hear some excellent riffs, along with basses they sound very groove and killer. Solos aren't in every song and where they are, they aren't very long, but solo express whole emotion of the song, for example, in the song 'This King Never Smiles'. Here solo is tragic a little, as the lyrics are. You will be impressed with drumming style. You will hear blast beats and many many drum fills, mainly made on snare and toms. Hi-hats are very rare, but everything is good on the way they are.
One I must say, if you like death metal, want to feel extreme, want to hear something quietly different than 95% of all death metal bands, try this album, you will not be disappointed.