Reviews: Assailant and Ubiquitous Realities - Bringers Of Delusion [Split]
Split album between American Latin Underground Metal Band, released via Symbol of Domination Prod, the Sub-labels of Satanath Records.
1st track, The Leading Spectre. Vocals like Tom Araya and some Guitar Riff like Voivod. A Thrash Metal song with some Accoustic Guitar lick and Jazz Fusion. A Great Opening song. 2nd track, Hands of the Saints. Changeable composition, from Thrash to Jazz. Jazz Fusion and Chaotic Cymbal. 3rd track, Suspension of disbelief. Heavy Bass lick on the early part made this song so Groovy and the Vocals, Guitar and Drums like Voivod. More Progressive and More Jazz than Voivod. 4th track, Delusions. Slayer and Jazz.
For Assailant part, Jazz more dominant than Vocals.
5th track, Bringers of Malevolence. Started with a dialogue and then followed with Brutal Music, Drums Blasting and Complex Guitar Lick. 6th track, Biological Demise. Low Guitar Riff, Fry Brutal and Good Guitar Solo. 7th track, Alterated Perception I. Brutal and Djent. That’s my description about this song. 8th track, Alterated Perception II. Continued of Alterated Perception I, like previous track. This Instrumental Djent song. This song really made us slightly tipsy.
Amazing Thrash with Jazz Fusion from Assailant and the Brutallity and the Djent of Ubiquitous Realities.