Memorian are a band from Greece that plays a mixture of thrash and speed metal and this is a review of their 2013 album "Seven Sacrifices" which was released by Metal Scrap Records.
"A Stitch In Time" begins with some war sounds which lead up to some heavy and melodic guitar riffs and leads along with some drums and then the music goes into an old school thrash direction while also keeping around the guitar leads.
'Worlds Apart" begins with some guitar riffs and leads along with some drums and then the music starts getting alot faster before adding in some power/thrash style vocals that utilize both aggressive and melodic elements.
"Course Correction" begins with some heavy guitar riffs and drums before speeding up and adding in some vocals and then the song starts switching back and forth between mid paced and fast parts and towards the end there is a brief us e of old school style metal guitar solos and leads.
'Trust And Blood" begins with some heavy guitar riffs and drums along with some powerful bass and melodic riffing which leads up to the vocals kicking in and after awhile there is a brief use of guitar solos and leads being utilized.
"False Positive" begins with some heavy guitar riffs which also utilize some melody as well as some drums which leads up to some vocals and a few seconds there is a brief use of guitar leads that come in and out of the song and the vocals range from aggressive to melodic.
"The Hour Of Death" begins with some heavy and brutal guitar riffs which leads to up to some blast beats as well as some melodic riffing before adding in some vocals and then leads start coming in and out of the song as well as the vocals going from aggressive to melodic.
"Seven Sacrifices" begins with some melodic guitar and bass riffing which leads up to some drums and clean yet aggressive vocals and after a few seconds guitar solos and leads start coming in and out of the song and after awhile t he vocals start utilizing some screams.
'Blind Spot" begins with some heavy guitar riffs and drums and after awhile some melody is brought into the song along with some faster elements which leads up up to some aggressive screams as well as some melodic guitar leads and then the vocals also start adding in small amounts of melody.
"Snow Fall" begins with some acoustic guitar playing and bass guitars and then the drums and melodic guitar leads start kicking in and then melodic clean singing becomes a part of the song as well as some heavy guitar riffs and towards the end there is a brief us e of guitar solos and leads.
"Bad Wolf" begins with some fast, heavy and melodic guitar riffs and drums and a few seconds later the vocals start kicking in with both melodic and aggressive elements an d towards the end there are some guitar solos and leads being utilized.
'We All Fall Down" begins with some heavy guitar riffs and leads which come in and out of the song along with some drums and melodic parts and then the thrash style vocals start kicking in with both aggressive and melodic parts.
Song lyrics cover everyday themes, while the production has a very strong, powerful, heavy and professional sound to it.
In my opinion Memorian are a very great sounding hybrid of speed and thrash metal and if you are a fan of this musical genre, you should check out this band. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "A Stitch In Time" "Trust And Blood" "Snow Fall" and "We All Fall Down". RECOMMENDED BUY.
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