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Divine Era Scripture Codes Summon Suicidal Thoughts Album Review

Divine Era

Scripture Codes Summon Suicidal Thoughts

Album Review by Allyson Kingsley, Music Journalist

Boston Rock Radio

 

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From crushing guitar riffs to inhuman vocals to hypnotic furious melodies Divine Era will entice you to put with the latest release, Scripture Codes Summon Suicidal Thoughts. Divine Era is actually a one man LA-based groove metal project of vocalist/guitarist/producer Daisuke Wachi. The album delivers pure brutality, atmosphere and plenty of attitude.

 

Noteworthy is “Hatred>Love” that envelopes you with thoroughly pulverizing fury. Check out “Burn This Alley” which starts off with a crunchy, grungy feel before blasting you with roaring hell-fueled vocals. Overall, the album is immensely packed, pure hard-driving assaults. It's most assuredly fucking raw.

 

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