Disposition To Tyranny review on MetalItalia.com

After being a real surprise in 2006 with “Wounded Skies” EP, Stormcrow finally return to record something new and precisely their debut full-length album. In the past, our local band showed a lot of class, violence combined with furious rhythms and a sharp but melodic style typical of scandinavian black metal, swedish particularly. Continue reading

Disposition To Tyranny review on Raw and Wild WebMagazine

Italian band Stormcrow makes a comeback on the metal scene with their new album “Disposition To Tyranny”, a high concentration of pure black metal. The two guitar players create a great alternation of captivating riffs. The bass player unleashes dark, scratching rhythms that are well suited to this musical style. The drummer is impeccable at playing at devastating speeds. The singer achieves a perfect alliance between screaming and growling. Continue reading

Disposition To Tyranny review on GiornaleMetal.blogspot

Dull and sinister intro, as the sensation that can be felt watching mountain peaks wrapped in fog and clouds. Then the ferocity beats down, black metal strikes, the hard ostentation of devastation comes into word and sound. Stormcrow are back and the vessel of that black animal is getting more and more dreadful and terrible. “Disposition to Tyranny” is their debut, the first album, despite the fact that the band has already released other works, and had been contacted for important live events.

Stormcrow’s black metal is extreme and in part similar to that of Dark Funeral and Enthroned and with them we face the drums steered furiously by Goraath (Malfeitor), while the guitars (Narchost, he too member of Malfeitor, and then Astaroth) paint sceneries, emotional tensions and an atmosphere covered with freezing melodies that are perceived from this infernal release. Continue reading

WOUNDED SKIES – Metal Review

Before now, I knew next to nothing about Dwell Records except for their Originators of Northern Darkness tribute album, but if Italian black metal act Stormcrow is any indication of the caliber of material, then I look forward to hearing more. Though only an EP of five songs in eighteen minutes, I’m convinced this is worth a listen.

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