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      Pathology 'Reborn to Kill' Album Review By Anthony Nicastro


      Reborn to Kill

      Pavement Entertainment

      Released: August 9, 2019

      By Anthony Nicastro

      Boston Rock Radio


      You want aggressive, you got it in Reborn to Kill from Pathology.  Right out of the gate, opening track ‘Hieroglyphs on Cement Walls’ sets the tone with pounding drums, heavy distorted guitars and vocals that would be somewhere in the mix between Opeth and Dethklok.

      This album is a melting pot of fast and aggressive, supplemented by moving melodies and guitar solos. ‘Frothing at the Mouth’ has a short but shredding solo that sounds as if it were taken from the pages of Zakk Wylde. Following up the aforementioned track, ‘Empathy Ends’ sounds like it could the relative to the song, ‘Epilogue’ from the band, Opeth.

      The Druid’s Gavel’ shows their slower riff side, which brings a striking comparison to the track, ‘The Unwilling Sacrifice’ from the band, Purging Sin. ‘Stone’s Axe Dismemberment’ further showcases the complex guitar playing and pulsating snare that keeps the song going at near breakneck speeds. ‘Predation’ shows the full prominence of the drummer with interweaving blast beats around dizzying guitar solos.

      ‘Celestial Condemnation’ closes out the album and I feel is the most in depth song on the album with starting out with a clean guitar and building layer by layer, adding heaviness each step of the way.  The song feels as if saying goodbye to an old friend and slowly fades out.



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