Cultfinder – Hell’s Teeth

Cultfinder – Hell’s Teeth

16th March 2014 0 By Thomas Haywood Jr.
Cultfinder brings me back to the days of yore. Their music, while incorporating some more modern metallic tendencies aka the blast beat, has more in common with the 80’s early death metal beginnings ala Celtic Frost, Venom, Bathory, and Coroner.The production is raw but intelligible and there is definitely a mood to the record that is missing from most albums these days. Behemoth frontman, Nergal, has been making headlines discussing it in interviews lately. Most extreme metal nowadays is not very extreme; it lacks depth, feel, and evokes no emotion. Bands have lost sight of creating an experience for the listener and are more focused on brutality or technicality trying to be extreme, but end up doing the opposite.. sounding impotent and hollow.

Cultfinder may not be take you to the depths of hell and back but their music does take me on a journey back to the days of jean jackets, back patches, fanzines, and tape trading. I found that the farther I got into this release the more I enjoyed it. Tracks like Drink to the Devil and The Scourging Angel have a cool mix of newer Darkthrone/”Diabolical Now” Satyricon with the stylings of all the older legendary bands I mentioned above.

Hell’s Teeth is a pretty solid release for these Brits and Cultfinder are finding their way through the gaps of Hell’s Teeth just fine.

SCORE – 7 out of 10

Cultfinder - Hell's TeethALBUM INFO

Track Listing:

1.Heathen Visions
2.All Conquering Death
3.The Devil’s Whore
4.Morbid Breed
5.Drink to the Devil
6.Unholy Orders
7.The Scourging Angel

Record Label:
Unsigned

Release Date:
20th February 2014

For Fans of:
Celtic Frost, Hellhammer, Darkthrone, Sodom, Aura Noir

Standout Tracks:
Drink to the Devil, The Scourging Angel

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