Poland's Voidhanger is a blackened death/thrash influenced three-piece of Zyklon (Infernal War), Warcrimer (Infernal War, Iperyt) and Priest (Massemord, Odraza). The band emerged in 2010 with a clear intention of "spreading darkness and negativity through metal music". Nihilistic and militant in its outcome, "Dark Days Of The Soul" follows suit two previous releases, the debut "Wrathprayers" (2011) and its follow-up "Working Class Misanthropy" (2013), rotating between punk infused cuts, aggressive hardcore, dbeat and "in-your-face" metal - all soaked in anger, bitterness and denial.
Conveying their hard-bitten attitude into words, Voidhanger commented: "Expect nothing but razor sharp riffs, hateful vocals and merciless drumming, that will turn your safe space into dust".
"Dark Days Of The Soul" was recorded, mixed and mastered in No Solace studio with M. of Mgła. The cover artwork designed by Mentalporn (Behemoth, Origin, Blaze Of Perdition).
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Motörhead meets Helloween (that's right, speed power metal band Helloween) with a black metal rasp for vocals. Pretty awesome! Though not black metal itself, but that's not what's important. Important thing is, this is good energetic and quite unique piece of music. Mykola Makhin
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This world is built upon lies. Who we are, who we could be--predetermined, predestined, set in stone before we are even born. But it doesn't have to be that way. Lies can be exposed, foundations leveled, new structures built of blood and bone--living, screaming, free. Dave Aftandilian
A corrosive mix of death, doom, psychedelia, and black metal, the Portland quartet’s debut full-length is a bona fide underground monolith that shapeshifts with each listen, all while maintaining its essential heaviness. Bandcamp Album of the Day Feb 1, 2019