ETERNAL SOLSTICE – Remnants of Immortality
Tracing back their history to the first death metal roots in the late 1980’s, Eternal Solstice hail from the Netherlands and release their fourth studio album "Remnants of Immortality" – their first in 18 years. No matter – high quality European death metal is on display, the type that put Dismember and Grave on the worldwide map. Drummer Mischa Hak and vocalist/guitarist Ramon Soeterbroek remain from those early days – gaining newcomers over the past year with bassist Tim and drummer Ardy de Jong.
Death growls that are clearer discernible, lead breaks that have a purpose amidst the dive bomb / whammy bar accents, and 9 songs that roar with energy yet contain the catchy hooks in their riffs and tempos to make the underground masses proud – that’s what you’ll get on "Force Fed Suicide", "Bleed for Me", and others. Old school death that Eternal Solstice proves still has an audience and presence in today’s market place.