Nesbitt - Nesbitt Demos - Reviewed At Bathory'Zine! Sunday May 9 2021, 4:30 PM
Nesbitt - Nesbitt Demos - Reviewed At Bathory'Zine!

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Today’s review is of American Death Metal band Nesbitt’s demos.

This total of 8 tracks has a touch of darkness that is often omitted in Death Metal and that may sometimes approach the sonority ever so slightly towards Black Death Metal. Enhanced by the raw recording quality, this release does not plunge the composition directly into mindless violence, but rather creates an equally extreme yet powerful sound that may remind of Swedish bands like Carnage.

These short and concise songs have an absolutely old-school feeling attached to themselves, bringing to mind the early demos of great Death Metal bands. My personal highlights are “Carcass Of Man” and “Gods Among Us”.

I recommend this album to fans of Death Metal. My rating is of 8,5/10. - Bathory'Zine

Nesbitt is the one man band from Jonathan Nesbitt. Started in 2019, Jonathan wrote and recorded 2 albums under Nesbitt and 2 albums under Nesbitt Instrumentals. He also recorded an acoustic album under Nesbitt Acoustic. Jonathan is a multi instrumentalist from Kentucky. He is also behind the one man band Crucible Steel, started in 2016. He wrote 3 albums under Crucible Steel. Jonathan plays all the instruments on his albums and does the vocals. The music style is everything from bluesy rock to death metal. Crucible Steel was mainly death metal, while Nesbitt was more diverse. Main influences are Black Sabbath, Obituary, Death and Danzig. Jonathan resides in central Kentucky and is looking forward to playing live once venues are reopened.

FFO: Amon Amarth, Obituary, Asyphx  

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