Here's what I'll say: I don't typically like South Asian brutal death and I *love* this demo. It has a grindiness in both its song structure and guitar tone that blesses your ears with a nice metal-on-metal scraping sound.
This album is bombastic, lushly produced, and clear evidence that UtA are at the top of their game. This is expertly crafted power metal through a pop music lens and a must own for anyone who calls themselves a metal head.
Another veteran band showing they still have what it takes to put out a great project 30 years into their career. Simplistic song structures are bolstered by great riff-craft and an atmosphere that lets you know the band has been around the block a few times.
Slam heavy brutal death with a little bit of deathcore influence. It starts belligerent with a clear focus on speed but the band mellow out and add in some melody as you get deeper into the track list. Worth your time!