Beneath The Divine Wicked Resurrection Review



From
Chepstow, a little town in
Monmouthshire,
Wales, known more for it’s racecourse than it’s music, come a band who in their own words ”
Enjoying making noise and keeping life stress free“, four guys who collectively fly under the banner
Beneath The Divine, four guys who have just released their first full length album ”
Wicked Resurrection“.

It’s hard to name a style or genre of heavy metal that does not, somewhere or other, raise it’s elaborately horned head into view over the duration of ”
Wicked Resurrection’s” eight gnarled and grizzled songs. Doom; stoner, traditional and epic mix together with metal; old school, power and proto and are fused together with elements of swampy sludge, hard rock and even a little ferocious thrash, these elements appearing sometimes all in the same song, sometimes separately,Songs with titles like ”
Odin’s Law“, ”
Swamp King and ”
Phoenix Rising” are infused with a variety of differing dynamics, tempo’s time signatures and tones ensuring that although some of the song’s theme’s of mythology, witchcraft and the occult, may seem a little generic they are never ever sound stale or boring. Guitarist
Kev Stait brings a plethora of fuzzed and distorted tones to the table, crunching out saw toothed riffage one minute, the next peeling scorching note perfect solo’s from his fretboard, beneath him
Tim Evans holds down the bottom end with big grizzly booming bass lines locking in perfectly with drummer
Barney Haskey’s mix of intricate and brutal percussion. Frontman
Jason Hamilton Davies’ vocals puts the icing on the cake , the singer deliberately avoids the usual growling, demonic approach that seems to be the norm these days instead opting for clarity over possession, his powerful clean, clear tones soaring and swooping over the perfectly executed grooves laid beneath him, voice and music combining in a heady mix of glorious heavy rock bluster and scintillating metallic groove.



Wicked Resurrection” is a superb debut from a band who’s manifesto of deliveringfamiliar themes over diverse metallic grooves has definitely got
Desert Psychlist’s vote and hopefully will have yours too

Check it out…..

© 2017 Frazer Jones




From
Chepstow, a little town in
Monmouthshire,
Wales, known more for it’s racecourse than it’s music, come a band who in their own words ”
Enjoying making noise and keeping life stress free“, four guys who collectively fly under the banner
Beneath The Divine, four guys who have just released their first full length album ”
Wicked Resurrection“.

It’s hard to name a style or genre of heavy metal that does not, somewhere or other, raise it’s elaborately horned head into view over the duration of ”
Wicked Resurrection’s” eight gnarled and grizzled songs. Doom; stoner, traditional and epic mix together with metal; old school, power and proto and are fused together with elements of swampy sludge, hard rock and even a little ferocious thrash, these elements appearing sometimes all in the same song, sometimes separately,Songs with titles like ”
Odin’s Law“, ”
Swamp King and ”
Phoenix Rising” are infused with a variety of differing dynamics, tempo’s time signatures and tones ensuring that although some of the song’s theme’s of mythology, witchcraft and the occult, may seem a little generic they are never ever sound stale or boring. Guitarist
Kev Stait brings a plethora of fuzzed and distorted tones to the table, crunching out saw toothed riffage one minute, the next peeling scorching note perfect solo’s from his fretboard, beneath him
Tim Evans holds down the bottom end with big grizzly booming bass lines locking in perfectly with drummer
Barney Haskey’s mix of intricate and brutal percussion. Frontman
Jason Hamilton Davies’ vocals puts the icing on the cake , the singer deliberately avoids the usual growling, demonic approach that seems to be the norm these days instead opting for clarity over possession, his powerful clean, clear tones soaring and swooping over the perfectly executed grooves laid beneath him, voice and music combining in a heady mix of glorious heavy rock bluster and scintillating metallic groove.



Wicked Resurrection” is a superb debut from a band who’s manifesto of deliveringfamiliar themes over diverse metallic grooves has definitely got
Desert Psychlist’s vote and hopefully will have yours too

Check it out…..

© 2017 Frazer Jones


From
Chepstow, a little town in
Monmouthshire,
Wales, known more for it’s racecourse than it’s music, come a band who in their own words ”
Enjoying making noise and keeping life stress free“, four guys who collectively fly under the banner
Beneath The Divine, four guys who have just released their first full length album ”
Wicked Resurrection“.

It’s hard to name a style or genre of heavy metal that does not, somewhere or other, raise it’s elaborately horned head into view over the duration of ”
Wicked Resurrection’s” eight gnarled and grizzled songs. Doom; stoner, traditional and epic mix together with metal; old school, power and proto and are fused together with elements of swampy sludge, hard rock and even a little ferocious thrash, these elements appearing sometimes all in the same song, sometimes separately,Songs with titles like ”
Odin’s Law“, ”
Swamp King and ”
Phoenix Rising” are infused with a variety of differing dynamics, tempo’s time signatures and tones ensuring that although some of the song’s theme’s of mythology, witchcraft and the occult, may seem a little generic they are never ever sound stale or boring. Guitarist
Kev Stait brings a plethora of fuzzed and distorted tones to the table, crunching out saw toothed riffage one minute, the next peeling scorching note perfect solo’s from his fretboard, beneath him
Tim Evans holds down the bottom end with big grizzly booming bass lines locking in perfectly with drummer
Barney Haskey’s mix of intricate and brutal percussion. Frontman
Jason Hamilton Davies’ vocals puts the icing on the cake , the singer deliberately avoids the usual growling, demonic approach that seems to be the norm these days instead opting for clarity over possession, his powerful clean, clear tones soaring and swooping over the perfectly executed grooves laid beneath him, voice and music combining in a heady mix of glorious heavy rock bluster and scintillating metallic groove.



Wicked Resurrection” is a superb debut from a band who’s manifesto of deliveringfamiliar themes over diverse metallic grooves has definitely got
Desert Psychlist’s vote and hopefully will have yours too

Check it out…..

© 2017 Frazer Jones

From
Chepstow, a little town in
Monmouthshire,
Wales, known more for it’s racecourse than it’s music, come a band who in their own words ”
Enjoying making noise and keeping life stress free“, four guys who collectively fly under the banner
Beneath The Divine, four guys who have just released their first full length album ”
Wicked Resurrection“.

It’s hard to name a style or genre of heavy metal that does not, somewhere or other, raise it’s elaborately horned head into view over the duration of ”
Wicked Resurrection’s” eight gnarled and grizzled songs. Doom; stoner, traditional and epic mix together with metal; old school, power and proto and are fused together with elements of swampy sludge, hard rock and even a little ferocious thrash, these elements appearing sometimes all in the same song, sometimes separately,Songs with titles like ”
Odin’s Law“, ”
Swamp King and ”
Phoenix Rising” are infused with a variety of differing dynamics, tempo’s time signatures and tones ensuring that although some of the song’s theme’s of mythology, witchcraft and the occult, may seem a little generic they are never ever sound stale or boring. Guitarist
Kev Stait brings a plethora of fuzzed and distorted tones to the table, crunching out saw toothed riffage one minute, the next peeling scorching note perfect solo’s from his fretboard, beneath him
Tim Evans holds down the bottom end with big grizzly booming bass lines locking in perfectly with drummer
Barney Haskey’s mix of intricate and brutal percussion. Frontman
Jason Hamilton Davies’ vocals puts the icing on the cake , the singer deliberately avoids the usual growling, demonic approach that seems to be the norm these days instead opting for clarity over possession, his powerful clean, clear tones soaring and swooping over the perfectly executed grooves laid beneath him, voice and music combining in a heady mix of glorious heavy rock bluster and scintillating metallic groove.



Wicked Resurrection” is a superb debut from a band who’s manifesto of deliveringfamiliar themes over diverse metallic grooves has definitely got
Desert Psychlist’s vote and hopefully will have yours too

Check it out…..

© 2017 Frazer Jones


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