-Review- Malevolents - "Dead To Rights" Album

Malevolents take their Hard Rock/Metal sound to even greater heights with their new full length album.

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From: Nanaimo, Canada
Sounds like: Metal/Hard Rock

Release date: TBA Spring 2017

This is an advance review of the upcoming full length album from Malevolents. It's release date is tentatively in Spring 2017 so keep your eyes and ears peeled to them for more information. There's a few tracks from their previous "Attitude" EP along with some brand new originals and two cover tracks. Let's dive in and see what they're all about. "Dead To Rights" is the opening track and really knows how to bring the driving riffs. Once the double bass kicks in, the listener is just along for the roller coast ride through six minutes of Hard Rock tinged with a bit of Metal. The guitar solo takes it to heavenly heights. "Attitude Adjustment" is a crunchy hard rock gem of a track. The aggressive melodic vocals bring to mind James Hetfield of Metallica and combined with the hard rock sound make this a stand out track that is sure to get the pit moving. The guitar solo on the track is mind blowingly delightful. "Out Of Sight" is hard as nails and brings the Metal sound to the forefront. The track is extremely catchy and should be played as loud as possible. "Drown In Yourself" will attract the headbangers in droves, It's a track that doesn't mess around and will be a Metalheads favorite track off the album. "Giving Us A Future" is an eight minute stunner of a track. The epic sound on the track brings to mind Metallica's "The Unforgiven II". The track needs to be heard to be believed as there's so much talent that shines through the eight minute journey. "Burning With Envy" is a Hard Rock banger of a track. The riffs on the track are remarkable and it's yet another track that's heavy as hell. "So Damn Good" is more radio friendly than the previous tracks. The track is a surefire single and it simply shreds. "Same Old Stories" is a nice follow up to "So Damn Good" as it has the Hard Rock roots while still injecting some traditional Metal sound. "It's All Over Now" right from the get go goes straight for the jugular. It's heavy, fast and is guaranteed to stir up the live crowd. "Was Willst Du?" features a whirlwind like sound that is almost transcendent. The track brings to mind Rammstein as it's in German and is extremely heavy. "Alive and Well" kicks it the album into high gear. The track is a phenomenal Hard Rock track to jam out to. "Requiem For The Gods" is the last original track on the album. The track starts off with thunderstorms and continues the thunderous sound throughout its nine minute span. It's a breathtaking track that puts the bow on top of the absolutely incredible full length album. "Seek & Destroy" is a Metallica cover that they put their own spin on. It's a track that is extremely heavy and Malevolents keep that intensity and may even crank it up to another notch. The closing track is a cover of the Megadeth track "Symphony Of Destruction". The track is pure Malevolents as they whip through the new four minute cover with such confidence that Dave Mustaine will surely be smiling.

Verdict:
Malevolents take their Hard Rock/Metal sound to even greater heights with their new full length album.