SIGNIFICANT POINT stream DYING VICTIMS debut at "Decibel" magazine's website Tuesday February 23 2021, 5:41 AM
The Beast
PLATINUM
SIGNIFICANT POINT stream DYING VICTIMS debut at "Decibel" magazine's website

Today, Japanese heavy metal attackers  Significant Point  stream the entirety of their highly anticipated debut album,   Into the Storm , at   Decibel   magazine's website . Set for international release on February 26th via  Dying Victims Productions , hear  Significant Point 's   Into the Storm   in its entirety exclusively  HERE .

Hailing from Japan,   Significant Point  was formed by guitarists Kazuki Kuwagaki and Gou Takeuchi in March 2011. Holding high the banner of old-school speed/heavy metal, they started playing live shows in Tokyo. Through a lot of member changes,   Significant Point  released their first demo,   Attacker! , in 2014 and the   Live at Tokyo   CD in 2017. In 2018, the two-song EP   Attacker   was released on 7” vinyl by France’s Inferno Records, and it received a good reaction in the underground scene.

Itormentor (drums) and Kazuhiro Watanabe (bass) joined in 2016 and 2018, respectively, and the current lineup of   Significant Point  was at last finalized. In 2019, they started recording their first album. With great help from George Itoh (Risingfall / Military Shadow), it was completed in September 2020 after a year and a half of effort.

Fittingly bearing the title   Into the Storm ,   Significant Point ’s debut album is indeed a monsoon of heavy metal mayhem, spanning traditional and epic styles to speed metal and even early power metal. The band live and breathe heavy metal in all its classicist forms, and the quintet know the intrinsic power of hooks and especially variety, both of which are found bountifully across   Into the Storm . With enviable ease,   Significant Point  marry masterful execution to high drama whilst never losing the importance of actual   songs   – in other words, no style over substance here. Truly, you will NOT be able to get any of these 10 anthems outta your head, and large credit is due to the poetic dual-guitar interplay of Kuwagaki and Takeuchi; dazzling to say the very least, their leads and solos are almost another singing voice. Which is to take nothing away from the rest of the band, who bring together melodic bass-work, tastefully propulsive drumming, and the high-pitched metal-warrior vocals of George Itoh to create a veritable orchestra of sound.

While the bulk of the lyrics are in English, the unique tonal qualities of Japanese lend   Into the Storm   comparisons to Loudness’ early, proto-epic metal albums like   Devil Soldier   and   The Law of Devil’s Land . But casting one’s metallic gaze further across continents (and decades),   Significant Point  significantly point to myriad elements of such legends as Grim Reaper, Metal Church, Sinner, Cloven Hoof, and Omen on to the culter likes of Shok Paris, Liege Lord, Sortilege, Agent Steel, and Savage Grace, all with a firm grounding in the classics of Scorpions, Rainbow, Judas Priest, UFO, and Iron Maiden. Any way you slice it, the katana of   Significant Point  is deadly, so prepare to go   Into the Storm !

Fully step into that storm  exclusively  HERE , courtesy of  Decibel , North America's only monthly metal magazine.  Cover  and tracklisting are as follows:




Tracklisting for Significant Point's  Into the Storm
1. Attacker [3:48]
2. Heavy Attack [3:30]
3. You've Got The Power [4:06]
4. Riders Under The Sun [4:35]
5. Night Of The Axe [3:30]
6. Run For Your Life [4:00]
7. Into The Storm [5:23]
8. Deathrider [4:24]
9. Danger Zone [4:27]
10. Running Alone [6:17]



MORE INFO:
www.facebook.com/Significant- Point-257488107708532




www.dying-victims.de  
www.facebook.com/ dyingvictimsproductions  



Reviews - Interviews - Promo - Radio Play

Contact zach@metaldevastationradio.com

Dislike 0
comments powered by Disqus

Sitemap