Debauchery - Continue To Kill

Debauchery - Continue To Kill

\r\nFifth album from German Debauchery that if we judge from the name of the album and its cover, they continue what they began certain years ago. Continue To Kill is not an album that will change the data of extreme sound, neither is an album that will be loved to a great extent. It is ideal however for those who want to hear something that partly contains fun, partly Rock n Roll and of course Death Metal. The style that Debauchery began to play is still here and their Death n Roll influences are something more than obvious. What observes already somebody from the first track is that the guitar points they remind intensely Six Feet Under, something which happens also with vocals. Despite the fact that we have here some of the best songs that the band has ever written before, there also some that tend to become tedious. This is the bad point of the band, because sometimes it is like we hear the same song in a different order. The compositions are primarily fast but exist also some groove-mid tempo passages. Melodies and "catchy" points do not exist in many parts, while sparsely we hear some solos. The ninth track of the album is not other than Angel Of Death of Slayer, a song that personally I do not want to hear it from other band apart from Slayer and in order to be honest this cover did not make me any impression at all. Continue To Kill therefore is one mediocre album that can be heard pleasantly from the German fans of Debauchery (which it worth to be mentioned that they are many), but from there and beyond I do not believe that it can have appeal to the wide public, because it is a little bit monotonous.\r\n

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\r\nVasilis Mazaris \r\n

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\r\nTranslated by: Manos Maragos \r\n

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