Heaven Shall Burn

Heaven Shall Burn


"Antigone"


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When you think of warfare, its absolute heaviness, its relentlessness, the multi-faceted extremities faced amongst reflective moments of calm, you cannot help, but gravitate to longtime purveyors of pummel Rammstein as archetypes of this hellish reality. With fresh troops in constant need to both replace the fallen as well as to strengthen the entrenched around the world such as the aforementioned, so has the German quintet Heaven Shall Burn done so in the past 7 years together as a unit. Reverberating Rammstein's honed communion in cultivating their own undying commitment to the survival and prosperity of their own brotherhood, HSB's collective power in their 4th studio effort 'Antigone' assures them longevity amidst a tumultuous world.

Following 2002's 'Whatever It May Take,' brothers Marcus Bischoff (vocals) and Eric Bischoff (bass) once again join Maik Weichert (guitars), Patrick Scheitzer (guitars) and Mattias Voight (drums) in delivering their meaty tapestries that are impressively gathering in both girth and resonance. After the serenely opener "Echoes" that stirs memories of Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence or The Last Emperor, 'Antigone' unfurls explosively into its relentless 2-part drive in its first with the absolute full-on charge of "The Weapon They Fear." Nothing to fear unless you're in their way as they collectively march ahead in line, fostering a sweeping, yet focused drive. Matthias' and Eric's anchoring poundings feed and sustain the possessed attacks that's incurred throughout by the searing incisions from Maik and Patrick as Marcus' vocals shift from enraged orders of damnation to walking commentaries of defiance and assurance. A midpoint reprieve is found in the surreal "Risandi Von" that soon launches into the second offensive spearheaded by the stripping, shifting, crunching "Bleeding To Death," instantly bringing them into an easily foreseen comparisons with America's Killswitch Engage. Ending with a return to "Echoes" on the equally calm before the storm "Deyjandi Von," HSB demonstrate that this 5-pronged outfit is knows when rest is necessary in helping to balance matters out.

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