From The Ruins - Into Chaos - Reviewed By All Around Metal! Wednesday January 6 2021, 5:18 AM
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From The Ruins - Into Chaos - Reviewed By All Around Metal!

From The Ruins - Into Chaos - Reviewed By All Around Metal ! Check it out here at this link: http://www.allaroundmetal.com/component/content/article/26-releases/8023-i-from-the-ruins-hanno-le-qualit%C3%A0-per-far-meglio

From The Ruins come from Nevada, a thrash metal band formed in 2015 and arrived in June 2020 to cross the finish line of the first album, with this "Into chaos", featuring pleasant post-apocalyptic artwork and consisting of 6 tracks for about 30 minutes of duration. The pieces, which is not so common for thrash, therefore have an average duration that is not exactly short, which can often be a double-edged sword; actually, in the case of the pieces of this EP, perhaps a few scissors here and there would have helped to make the various compositions more streamlined, so as to present them in a more usable way. The thrash of From The Ruins, in fact, is not exactly immediate, nor does it have a simple approach; there is a great deal of technique underneath, so much so that they can be compared to that "technical thrash" trend of people like Forbidden, Annihilator & C. Then there is the dirty and hoarse voice of Isaac Wilson, a classic in much of thrash; the approach of the vocalist is quite canonical and obvious and does not present points of interest, especially if you have been listening to this type of music for some decades: it is the usual thrash singer, angry and screaming all his energy from beginning to end, for something already felt and resented myriads of other times, both in better versions, and (to be objective) even much worse. Leaving aside the singer, let's focus on the various musicians. The two guitars do an excellent job, as is necessary in this type of music, acting as protagonists in the sound economy, well supported by the bass (perhaps a little too sacrificed in the background by the recording) and by the excellent drummer, which always imposes sparkling rhythms with a great work on the double-box. Among the six pieces, there are no fillers or style drops, on the contrary, listening is pleasant, especially if you are used to such sounds. From The Ruins do not invent anything, nor do they play something that they have not already done before them in many other bands, nevertheless they do it well and this "Into chaos" definitely deserves the sufficiency. The band has excellent qualities, if the various musicians can improve a few small details, perhaps with a different singer who does not just scream all the time, I'm sure they can do even better than that! nor do they play something that they have not already done before them in many other bands, nevertheless they do it well and this "Into chaos" definitely deserves the sufficiency. The band has excellent qualities, if the various musicians can improve a few small details, perhaps with a different singer who does not just scream all the time, I'm sure they can do even better than that! nor do they play something that they have not already done before them in many other bands, nevertheless they do it well and this "Into chaos" definitely deserves the sufficiency. The band has excellent qualities, if the various musicians can improve a few small details, perhaps with a different singer who does not just scream all the time, I'm sure they can do even better than that! - All Around Metal

NoLifeTilMetal Records is proud to be releasing the new album by FROM THE RUINS titled Into Chaos

For fans of Death Angel, Kreator, Metal Church
 
From the Ruins is an unadulterated and unapologetic thrash metal band! Formed in Reno, Nevada , USA in 2016, the band quickly exploded onto the scene and began obliterating clubs across the West Coast. The bands sound is built around the machine gun riffing of Chuck Reyome and Scott Schlingheyde, as well as the powerhouse vocals of Isaac Wilson and the lethal rhythm section of Jim Wilson (bass) and Robert Landers (drums).
 
"Into Chaos" is six songs of razor-sharp thrash metal with influences from Death Angel, Kreator and Slayer as well as some of the melody and progressive tendencies of early Savatage and Metal Church . Fans of heavy metal and thrash can rejoice in yet another band flying their metal freak flag proudly. From the Ruins are metal through and through.
 
Release date: July 24, 2020

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