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SCOURGE

Clarity

(Independent)

Reviewed by : Greg Pratt
Rating : 7.0

Boston-based heavies SCOURGE manage to do that sort of faceless, heavy-side-of-PANTERA thing that so many indie bands across North America do, but, luckily, they give their own twist on it. Opener 'Moment Of Impending Doom' is actually a great way to get things started: ominous, heavy, and sludge-y, it makes the listener think a heavy doom opus is upon them, which makes the thrashing 'I Will Burn' come across as heavy as death, without the blasts. 'Senseless' has a mid-song Pantera breakdown that is almost too much to handle, but, man, these guys do it with authority, and with just enough recklessness to make it sound dangerous. Ditto for that ragged production, which could definitely use some cleaning up, but I do like how the bass sticks out, how everything sounds separated just enough to give it a loose, rough and tumble identity. They definitely have a ways to go to really get noticed outside of their local area, but the overall feel of ambition and passion for metal these guys have on display here is admirable, and worthy of at least a cursory listen, and when they do the occasional something different, like some late-album melodic guitar work, it definitely works in their favour.



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