Utter chaos and mayhem. Such wording briefly yet accurately describes what we face with “World War 666”, the debut demo release by Portuguese conquerors Hate Propaganda. Between filthy doses of Black and Death metal, the group forges a sonic maelstrom characterized by obscure violent riffing and psychotic leads which, parallel to a maniacal drum performance, generates an antediluvian negative aura. The sound is overall dense, a genuine sonic Hell on which the vocalized maniacal wails slaughter our senses and summon total unadulterated hatred and wickedness. Reserved for those into total devastation, “World War 666” offers absolute armageddon, a demented strike of primeval Warnoise.
War Arts Productions presents this outbreak of Evil on a limited cassette tape edition.
Text by M Souto
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