REZET (Germany) - NEW WORLD MURDER - Reviewed by FULL METAL MAYHEM! Wednesday August 3 2022, 9:51 PM

REZET (Germany) - NEW WORLD MURDER - Reviewed by FULL METAL MAYHEM ! Check it out here at this link:

How did I get to know the band: Again, the Metal Devastation Radio is to blame for the fact that I go to you with my opinion about music on the eggs. So read on:

How do I find the record: The whole thing doesn't sound bad so far. Tangible thrash with borrowings in other genres. The vocals here are really fun, maybe not quite as toxic as I like them to be, but a bit more pithy than most of the thrash bands I have on my screen right now. The riffing can also be seen and only good things can be said about the bass. In addition, there is a fat groove, so let's go on to my two favorites:

THE DEVILS BRIDE could almost be described as thrash'n'roll, although rock'n'roll still has very strong blues roots. Simply a song that invites you to headbange as well as to whirl around your girlfriend. As if the dancing leg swings and lets the hair fly when you put the song on.

Right after that comes ALIEN NOISES, which scratches hard at the Proto-Death. Damn heavy, groovy and yet catchy. Here I really hope that I don't get enough of it, because the danger exists with such songs.

Conclusion: Thrash which I really enjoy. Hard and groovy, with small experiments that do what they are supposed to, enrich the music instead of just being interesting for some nerds. So take a look: - FULL METAL MAYHEM

Release Date: 27th May 2022

FFO: Annihilator, Traitor, Overkill

Location: Schleswig, Germany

When Rezet´s most recent album Truth in Between effectively turned out to be a commercial nonstarter due to a certain virus, northern Germany´s finest in thrash quickly had to separate the wheat from the chaff… albeit not so much voluntarily as out of necessity. After amicably separating from guitarist Heiko Musolf and bass player Bjarne Otto, main composer, guitarist and singer Ricky Wagner shortly wondered whether he should put the band to rest but then decided differently. Contrarily, he set out to leave nothing to coincidence anymore, opting for a “no compromise” and do-it-yourself approach by continuing Rezet without label-support for the time being. This resolve triggered a burst of creativity, resulting in New World Murder, a four-track EP both revisiting the group´s roots as well as hinting towards a brighter future. Wagner and drummer Bastian “attt” Santen recruited four-stringer Lorenz Kandolf and second guitarist Jan-Erik Fischer to self-record three new songs as well as a flamboyant cover of Deep Purple´s proto metal classic ´Fireball´.

The material was then mixed and mastered by the band´s trusted sound engineer Eike Freese (amongst others Heaven Shall Burn, Helloween and, indeed, Deep Purple), with ´The Devil´s Bride´ being a perfect opener, blending acute Motörhead vibes with Ricky´s charismatic snarl and an almost Annihilator-esque playfulness, highlight the razor-sharp precision of Rezet´s new line-up. The rhythmically diverse, subtly melodic ´Dead End Walking´ is barbed with one of the catchiest riffs you may hear in 2022 and topped of by an atmospheric instrumental bridge whereas staccato earworm ´Alien Noises´ – featuring guest vocals by none other than German thrash pioneers Destruction´s front man Schmier – hits home even faster and will grace the soundtrack of the movie “Total Thrash”.

So there you have it: four smashers that sounds unpredictable and familiar alike, reflecting Ricky´s hands-on attitude. “In a way,” he concludes, “I see New World Murder in the spirit of Metallica, who also keep setting new goals for themselves, shedding their skin on a constant basis. Eventually, we reclaimed our joy in what we do simply by doing what we love without fulfilling expectations.” Old is the new New – so watch out and perk your ears for “The Great Rezet”!

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