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      Mobile Deathcamp 'Vol 4-ish' Album Review by Allyson Kingsley

      Mobile Deathcamp

      Vol 4-ish

      Pavement Entertainment

      Release Date: October 4, 2019

      Album Review by Allyson Kingsley, Music Journalist

      Boston Rock Radio


      Mobile Deathcamp formed in 2008 and the three musicians are seasoned veterans. They are Todd Evans, guitarist/vocalist (Mother Goose, Dethtoll, Gwar), Chad Smith, drums (Threat Level, Tragic Mistake, Hostile Intent) and Matt Reish, bass (Hailshot). With the upcoming release of Vol 4-ish, they are also about to tour with Havok and Ringworm . I am sincerely hoping for a show close to my neck of the woods as this lineup is guaranteed to be a crusher.  If you enjoy your metal on the classic speed metal or thrash end of the genre family, Mobile Deathcamp fulfill these requirements without sounding dated.


      The album begins with "Sour Cremation" that swirls around your endorphins like a tornado. A grand representation of speed metal. For those who enjoy more of a Motorhead meets Slayer vibe, dig into "Jealous Again," old school punk crossed with thrash. My choice pick is "Alchemy of the Black Sun Shark" as I liked the riffs as well as the twisted fun vocals sung in old school punk fashion. "Simply Effective" and "Warheit" round out the album with their crunchy gritty rhythms and visceral vocals.


      Vol 4-ish is a guarantee of mosh pitting energy. This is a talented collective playing the kind of music they love and it shows.



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