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      PDP The Arcane Ascent December 14, 2018 Self-released Album Review By Allyson Kingsley


      The Arcane Ascent

      December 14, 2018


      Album Review By Allyson Kingsley, Music Journalist

      Boston Rock Radio


      The Arcane Ascent has been five years in the making and of course, with time and attention paid to detail, the wait has proven to be magnificent. PDP are a Los Angeles-based metal band who will crush your ear drums with pure unfiltered heavy metal. They are guitarists Josh Seguin and Greg Harrison (ex (həd) p.e. 2015-2017), vocalist Seth Detrick, drummer Stephan Seguin, and bassist Peter Nordin (ex Meshuggah). There is no need to place them in a genre as they blend a variety of influences into their very own bedlam of sound. The sound is aggressive and unforgiving, the vocals drenched in absolute pandemonium.


      “The Soul Devourment” is belligerent and fiesty, riffs setting fuel to their fire, a song that will leave you “drenched in fear.” I'm loving the massive drumming and sinister sounding fretwork on the title track “The Arcane Ascent.” My choice cut from the album is “The Consumption of Kin” with its apocalyptic doom undertones and the story line alone that will chill your soul. The closest reference I could make is if you set Charred Walls of the Damned with Pantera in a blender adding hints of other genres for extra flavor. PDP is a wall of sound that will get you in the mood for a pit.




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