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Damage S.F.P. 'Damage S.F.P' Album Review by Allyson Kingsley

Damage S.F.P.

Damage S.F.P

Rockshots Records

Release Date: June 14, 2019

Album Review by Allyson Kingsley, Music Journalist

Boston Rock Radio 

Damage S.F.P. is a Finnish thrash metal band that originally formed in 1989 and released several singles and a demo in the 90s before disbanding in 1996. In 2018 they reformed with guitarist/vocalist Nikkilä, drummer Lipsonen and bassist Remes. This self-titled album is a collection of the material they created in the 90s.


This is quite the different album as it mixes in a variety of sounds from the traditional metal genre to thrash to death metal. With “Ride” you get death metal influence in the vocals with grinding bass, guitar, and drums that cut accurately through sonic tissue. The utterly pummeling patterns and tight frenzied riff work on “Death of Innocent” has a simply devastating approach. Their first single off the album “Ruthless State” has more melody in a traditional metal vein and continues with a deep churning riff and charging groove rhythm.


We take a slight turn in the road with the instrumental “Insomnium” that is darkly melodic and kind of serves as a little intermission midway through the album. In “Ode to Sorrow,” I love his vocal style, which reminds me a bit of Amon Amarth. The melody is excellent as the riffs ascend into a power metal type of vibe. The next several songs - "Tragedy,””Grain Brain,” and “Crying for Relief” go back to the death/thrash metal rhythm and harsh vocals like Anthrax on speed. My choice pick is “In Termination” that added more of that traditional metal sound to the riffs that makes it very enjoyable and flows more smoothly.


Damage S.F.P. provides an interesting journey down the halls of the metal sounds we grew to love.





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