Review Summary: Swedish Power Balls3 of 3 thought this review was well written
Ok so first of all this album owns. S'got the riffs, drums, vox, and production. The musical style is OSDM with the obvious Swedish Death Metal style.
The thing that really makes The Triumph of Death so different is the push. Push being the striving personality of progression. These artist are really trying to push the genre of the OSDM style and set the bar high for upcoming acts. This could be a personal challenge that they are trying to take upon themselves, testing their own skills, but whatever the case may be, they are striving live Valiant soldiers engaged in war.
The riffs have a certain familiar aspect about them, but when you listen closely they are pushing the tremolos faster, making more techy drum fills, and hook many riffs. The production is clear sounding but not the typical chainsaw style. Fortunately they were smart enough to make this enjoyable listen, using a positive productive style that only enhances their style.
With enhanced focus Undecayed has, they don't veer into the brutal side, or even the over the top techy side. They stay true to the best form of Death Metal, being the old school side. They somehow found open doors, uncharted maps that haven't been searched out yet. They have chosen to explore these fascinating destinations, showcasing them on one hell of a demo/EP.
I guarantee most metal fans haven't heard of these guys, and your really missing out if you don't check this out. Start building your modern list of good acts. In the future they will looked upon with great merit. Also, watch out, when these guys drop an LP, you're gonna *** your pants.