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Sumeru Summon Destroyer Medusa Crush Recordings October 26, 2018 Album Review By Allyson Kingsley Journalist Boston Rock Radio

Sumeru

Summon Destroyer

Medusa Crush Recordings

October 26, 2018

Album Review By Allyson Kingsley Journalist Boston Rock Radio

 

Australia again yields another metal gem in the band Sumeru. The band formed in 2009 and the musicians are Matt Power (vocalist), Peter Bursky (guitarist), Chris Wilson (guitarist), Pat Taylor (bassist) and Andres Hyde (drummer). Summon Destroyer sets incredibly high standards from the start and the entire album shines with the remarkable individual talent of each musician. They have graced the stages alongside YOB, Torche, Windhand, Nails, Blood Duster and Beastwars among others.

 

Intro track “Inanis Kultus” sounds like a grim gathering in an old abandoned church with insidious chanting that becomes almost inhuman. The song leads into “The Temple” with its hypnotic riffs, shuddering grooves and divinely gorgeous gruff sexy vocals. “Summon Destroyer” is completely engaging with depth and impact and note well how the drummer kicks up some dust. “Kala Ratri” is a bewitching instrumental with haunting violin that leads into “Durga! Durga!” This song has intricacies, heaviness and discordant  buzzing guitar passages. Summon Destroyer creates a feeling of anticipation of something (dark) coming for you.

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