Wednesday, August 12, 2020

INCARNATE DEITY – THEODICY (Review by Varg The Mighty )

Today’s review is of American Melodic Death Metal (to say a genre, although it doesn’t have much to do with this one either) band Incarnate Deity’s Theodicy.
This band’s style is absolutely unique. You could say it’s Death Metal with symphonic elements like violins and other orchestra instruments, but this would be a definition much to short.
It is most comparable with Septic Flesh, but it also has some atmospheric vibe sometimes that is similar to Ulcerate, and then the voice is also unique, being really low-pitched even for normal Death Metal, which adds a great amount of beauty to the music.
While it could be called Melodic Death Metal, it has a great amount of darkness that no other band from this style has. It’s even darker than most Black Metal. A good example of this darkness is the song “Plaguebearer”, but each song has its own gloom.
This band mixes elements of most extreme metal and Symphonic Metal, and somehow they manage to make it sound perfectly right in their singularity. Each time you play this album you will find new layers to every song that were previously unnoticed. This is the perfect definition of elaborate music with freshness, originality and being actually good to listen besides the virtuosity.
I definitely recommend this album if you enjoy any kind of dark and extreme music, since its combination of styles may make it likeable to a vast range of listeners too. Once you finish hearing it, you will want to put it again from start.
Review by Varg The Mighty

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