NEW VIDEO RELEASE FOR OMEGA DIATRIBE:
CHAIN REACTION OFF TRINITY ALBUM.
After bringing out their third album in studio, powerhouse quintet hailing from Hungary OMEGA DIATRIBE is introducing to track Chain Reaction out via a brand new video released on May 23rd, 2018.
Omega Diatribe is a devastating outfit belonging to extreme groove metal soundscape currently lining up: Milán Lucsányi on vocals, Gergő Hájer on lead guitar, Tamás Höflinger on rhytm guitar, Ákos Szathmáry at bass guitar and drummer Tamás Kiss.
Chain Reaction belongs to TRINITY album, a massive piece of metal slaughter which hit Europe and United Kingdom on April 13rd 2018. The record was mixed and produced at Antfarm Studios with the collaboration of Tue Madsen. We had a chance to listen to record in premiere and draw a track by track review, as well as got the opportunity to explore both the outfit and the record via a detailed interview. To read our articles on Omega Diatribe please check out: www.sickandsound.it/category/artists/omega-diatribe .
OMEGA DIATRIBE. TRINITY.
Trinity is a punishing collection of 12 super heavy tracks combining polyrhythmic elements and a clockwork technique floating between groove metal and influences from -core genres. A razor-sharp chords work is showing off pulverizing riffing and rocky basslines fully highlighting slapping technique. Brutality is wisely merged with atmospheric gloomy textures and eerie elements. Darting drums set up the pace for the record together with extra bold break downs. Last but not least, a master work at harsh vocals brings forward a brutal assault on mid and low range gnarling growls.
OMEGA DIATRIBE. CHAIN REACTION.
Chain Reaction is a track sitting in the middle of the tracklist and if you have never listened to Omega Diatribe before, this piece is depicting the output the band wishes to burst through the front door.
This is a track overwhelmed with rage, pushing against one of the heaviest side of Omega Diatribe’s sound. The rhythmic pattern is pummelling and solid and a sense of uneasiness and unsettling feeling is conveyed by the guitars. The middle interlude of the track opens up to a slow tempo and some spoken vocals discussing the matter of life as a chain reaction. Not taking the spot lights away from the harsh vocals, which are more than aggressive and merciless spat in your face. This is one of the best examples of the record where atmospheric elements are diluted into heaviness and a sense of apocalyptic is fully achieved.
“I’m still alive, you’re still alive, we’re still alive, in this world”.
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