I never get tired of the precision and passion of Melechesh’s attack. Many metal bands have utilized middle eastern melodies and rhythms in their music, but these guys are truly the real deal. Nothing really more needs to be said about this album except that I don’t think Melechesh have achieved the recognition they deserve. I’m sure if they lived Stateside or in England, they could increase their exposure but living in Israel may complicate matters in regards to their touring.
That said, get this album if you like true metal. Even Djinn, their last album is excellent as well. Just wait until their next release, I’ll bet it’s going to be a monster.