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Wardehns 'Now Cometh the Foul' Album Review by Allyson Kingsley

Wardehns

Now Cometh the Foul

Self-released

March 15, 2019

Album Review by Allyson Kingsley, Music Journalist

Boston Rock Radio

 

 

Sludge metal trio from Wisconsin release their new album Now Cometh the Foul and they bring jaw-dropping musicianship to the table. Wardehns is Adam Geurink (guitarist/vocalist), Thomas Sorbet (drummer/vocalist) and Brad Beilke (bassist/vocalist). 

“Crustacean” is an instrumental intro that is an inkling of the potency that is to come. Then it is on to “Tyranian” where the vocals are phenomenal and very insidious and the rhythm and riffs are epic and in sync. In some of the tracks Wardehns add a hint of 70s groove. The riffs on “Denim Dogs” sweep and curl around you. I'm digging the tribal drumming of “Shards of the Time Glass” which also has more of a death metal flavor. “Leech Head” is very instrumental and more of a death and doom metal sound. I've included a video of “Stench of the Gnorthe” to get a feeling for Wardehns. They seriously kick some ass. 

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