BETRAYER F.T.M. “No Life Till Fury” (2010)

May 7, 2012 § Leave a comment

Reviewed by Dylan Raine

Artist: Betrayer F.T.M.
Album: No Life Till Fury
Label: Violent Records
Year: 2010

1. Machine
2. One Day Of Fury
3. To Kill or Die
4. La Orden Del Caos
5. Midnight Poison
6. No Life Till Fury
7. Infernal Metal
8. Caught By Hatred
9. The Burning Road

As far as semi-growls and over complicated lyrics go, this band has  outshone them in every possible direction. With the music going from key metal stages of Maiden, Metallica, Judas Priest etc… You are left with no real uniqueness or quality that makes them any different from any other thrash band over the last 20 years.

With a mix between punk based riffs on the track ‘Midnight Poison’ to the heavy muted churning on ‘Machine’ and ‘Infernal Metal’ you really are left indifferent to the direction of this. With the use of far too many lyrics being crammed tightly into one chorus, things get a little edgy; this may have worked for Rap but not Thrash by any means. At times the music seems to get lost or even lag behind the vocals as if the metronome or drummer as he’s better known in today’s society cannot keep up with the vocals.

Although there are some heavy elements now and then and the thrash is good in certain songs, there really is nothing new or defining about this entire album.


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