- Band / Artist Preludium
- Genre Black/Death Metal
- Label Diabolical Conquest Records
- Year 2010
- Format Album
When England has Bolt Thrower and Netherlands has Hail Of Bullets, Poland got it's Preludium. Crying aloud war all the way through their new album, 'Impending Hostility'. Damaging the nation's peace, all the way from Poland, here is their hostile album for you,war black/death metal served right. I've recently got the copy of this album and I would be glad to say that I'm definitely not disappointed but way happy with the release.
The album starts with 'Legacy Of Destinations', with a slow intro of marching beats, which would bring out the warmaster out in you, when the song starts with a bang. The vocals are very monstrous and this song would definitely be one of my favorite songs from the album. Constant barrage of blastbeats and good riffing would definitely devastate your way. The next three songs 'Realm Of Void', 'Desolation' and 'Hostile Area' starts with a hammer plunging on your head. Definitely deepens their warcraft. With a nice solo in the song 'Hostile Area', they certainly show the right way to mix soothe with the aggression. 'Bitter Cold' starts with a siren and moves onto their usual bestial attack. This song would be another of them songs which would be my favorites. It's slow, not fast-paced like other songs, done the right Bolt Thrower way. I loved this song, as I would be a big fan of Bolt Thrower and mid-paced death metal. This song brings out an unsaid feeling aggression. The next two songs, 'Blessing Of War' and 'Death Campaign', actually blesses you with one, as they again leaps from a comparatively slower previous song to a pulverizing fast war cry. 'Execution' would be yet another song that has a very good mixture of slow and massively fast tempo. A song perfectly done. The album seals it's monstrosity with 'Warfare', yet another song that would comparatively song, and definitely my favorite song of the album and an instrumental. All said and done, the album actually comes to an end.
This thirty-one minute of war leaves me absolutely destroyed and and close their extravaganza with drum rolls. One small point, according to me would be a tiny bit of monotony at some bits, but then when you're hearing the album for the first time, and you're pleasantly surprised with the sudden slow-paced songs, you know monotony rolls down the drain. There's a constant barrage of hammering drums, heavy riffing and good bass and definitely very strong vocals. I loved the vocals, personally, but surely vocalist couldn't do his part without all his warriors. Doing their part in this fight, they recorded a very powerful album coupling with definite strong parts. Well done, Preludium. You've definitely done enough to conquer listener's mind.
Acing the war in music, they have provided us a cannons of heaviness in the form of hostility. A must hear for all!
She female from Kolkata having a strong love towards Death Metal. Currently, she is doing Computer Science engineering. She started listening to legends like Deep Purple, WhiteSnake and Pink Floyd as early as when she was just little kid.
In the meanwhile, exploring this arena made her to like more underground forms such as Old school death metal and has formed immense love towards it. She admires and loves music and despises pseudo-genres and trend, having a special love for Indian Music scene and have firm belief that they would go a very very very long way towards success, in the years to come!
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