Like gin and tonic or sunny days and the beach, crust and death are the perfect pairing. The glorious bludgeoning of death metal and overdriven, fuzzy crust makes short work of anyone uneducated in the mires of extreme music; novices may start and stop with Entombed, more shame on them. Henry Kane, a project headed by members of Wombbath, make even shorter work of those unwilling to get a bit of nasty dick crust in their jeans. Den Förstörda Människans Rike might compare to certain records with a certain guitar pedal sound, in that it sounds familiar in tone and feel, but not necessarily in terms of actual content.
Darkane are back. Plain and simple. The Sinister Supremacy is every single thing fans of the band will want. From the return of original vocalist Lawrence Mackrory, to the ever meandering and out of the box riffing of Christofer Malmstrom and Klas Ideberg, Darkane's return to form may be the most notable of any band in years as it is more than just a single step above previous effort 2008's Demonic Art.