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Sinister - The Post-Apocalyptic Servant (2014)
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Sinister - The Post-Apocalyptic Servant (2014)

Year & Label: 2014, Massacre Records | CD#: MAS DP0866
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Sinister is a band from The Netherlands that have been in existence since 1988 and is
one of the more well known of the early 90s death metal surge. Even
though they are Dutch, they have very little to do with any death metal
coming out of Europe but instead have much more of a Florida sound.
They're actually a rather inconsistent band having some all out classics
as well as some really bad albums but for the most part they are a
veteran death metal band that's is capable of putting out good albums.
Their new and eleventh full length, The Post-Apocalyptic Servant shows a
mature band but still more than capable of making a stand out death
metal album.

This album is full of monster death metal riffs and amazing soloing as
if this was 1992 all over again. The riffs go from tremolos to monster
thrashers that just pummel you. The album opener, "The Science of
Prophecy" is the perfect example of the excellent riffing in a catchy
song. It starts off with a voice over then leads to crushing riffs. The
vocals are the low, evil and angry growls that define the genre and fit
the music. This is a great song to open the album. The solo is amazing
and I love a good solo. "The Sculpture of Insanity" is another song that
just rips from beginning to end with crushing speed and riffs to
infinity. The title track is more of the same with blasting speed and
the tremolo riffing adds to the sound putting a hint of melody in the
chaos. But besides the speed and blasting is what makes this album stand
out...that it's not just all speed and chaos but it has a lot of
elements of thrash that was prominent in the early 90s death metal.

Songs like "The Macabre God" and "The End of All That Conquers" are two
songs where the band slows it down just a bit and has those thrash riffs
that just pound you. The solos are as they should be, speedy but with
enough technique to be believable. "The Art of Skin Decoration" is
another song that just starts off with this cool groove in the beginning
then just crushes you with these massive riffs. This is probably my
favorite song on the album. This is just catchy as fuck and the solo
just makes it grab you even more. This is nothing's
just good songwriting. It's good to see that after all these years and
the fact that they had such an inconsistent career that they still have
an album like this left in them. They are serious on this album and it

The album clocks in at just under forty four minutes with only a couple
of songs breaching the five minutes plus mark which is just perfect for
this album because then it doesn't become too drawn out. The production
is ballsy and perfect as it's not over polished nor does it sound too
compressed. This seems to be the year for death metal because there's
been an overwhelming amount of quality death metal released this year so
far and there is more coming. This album is right up there with them
because this time Sinister got it right. The riffing combined with the
songwriting and supreme musicianship shown on this album is how death
metal should be done.

Vocals : Aad Kloosterwaard
Guitars : Dennis Hartog
Guitars : Bas Brussaard
Bass : Mathijs Brussaard
Drums : Toep Duin

Recorded, mixed and mastered by Jorg Uken at Soundlodge Studio, Germany

CD1 Track List:

01. The Science Of Prophecy [5:06]
02. The Macabre God [4:06]
03. The Sculpture Of Insanity [3:32]
04. The End Of All That Conquers [4:31]
05. The Masquerade Of An Angel [4:49]
06. The Dome Of Pleasure [4:07]
07. The Post-Apocalyptic Servant [4:05]
08. The Art Of Skin Decoration [4:16]
09. The Saviour [5:36]
10. The Burden Of Mayhem [4:48]

CD2 Track List:

01. Fall From Grace (Morbid Angel cover) [5:20]
02. Deadly Inner Sense (Paradise Lost cover) [4:39]
03. Unstoppable Force (Agent Steel cover) [3:34]
04. The Science Of Prophecy (video)

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