Incinery | Dawn of War - EP

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Dawn of War - EP

by Incinery

Fusing the old school ferociousness of 80's thrash with more modern brutality.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Thrash/Speed Metal
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1. Rise
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2. Life of Hate
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3. Lamb to Slaughter
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4. Dawn of War
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Biography (2013)
Formed in 2009, Incinery are one of the hottest thrash metal acts to emerge from the Midlands. Fusing the old school ferociousness of 80's thrash with more modern brutality. Incinery bring together tight rhythm and blistering leads in an energetic and intense live show, sharing stages with names such as Onslaught, Gama Bomb, Lawnmower Deth and SSS. They have more recently graced the New Blood Stage at Bloodstock, and will be performing at MetalDays Festival in Slovenia. Incinery are a thrash metal force to be reckoned with.

Music Trespass Review for Dawn of War:
**** (4/5)
WOW!!! Where did that come from?!
It's great when your given a band you know nothing about to review and they give you the smack I got when I pressed play on this EP from Midlands slayers Incinery. Fresh from their set at this years Bloodstock fest the band are building momentum fast.
Opener 'Rise' is a near nine minute epic which has a slow stomping start then leads to a fast shredding riff then drags you along through a rolla-coaster of your thrash collection, think early Metallica and later day Exodus, then 'Life of Hate' and 'Lamb to the Slaughter' are more mid length and continue to deliver tight, brutal thrash that reminisces the better part of old school but gives it a modern kick without dipping into parody territory, closer 'Dawn of War' is another long one that wouldn't sound out of place on Testament classic debut 'The Legacy'.
An exciting, fresh new band on the British Thrash scene. It's an honest, straight up attempt at putting their own stamp on the music the so obviously love and they do it on fine form. A real enjoyable listen. (Joe Denby)


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Letsrockmn

Supa-thrashers!
I have owned the Dawn of War EP since it came out and I can honestly say that I never tire of listening to it.

Incinery are a Nottingham (UK) based thrash metal band. The EP is a unique mix of old skool thrash, think Testament, Exodus and Slayer, and also their own unique take on the Bay Area style. I can honestly say that it is one of the best thrash debuts I have heard.

It kicks off with 'Rise' an eight minute epic that sets the scene and shows the bands accomplished writing and instrument playing skills. Rise starts with a nice quiet guitar intro that soon builds to a crescendo of classic metal riffing. The drummer has a unique style. All the instruments combine to give a fresh take on old skool thrash.

The EP closes with the title track 'Dawn of War'. As with all the songs it is a rousing track and has a chorus that is guaranteed to have you banging your head.

I must say that the vocalist's chanting and fairly harsh style suits the songs amazingly well. He gives a chant-like call to arms which suits the war theme of the EP.

This EP delivers everything a thrasher could want - it's a high octane assault of crunching riffs, massive power chords, pulse-pounding drums supported by some fine bass work. It's all topped off by some excellent vocals which are harsh and perfectly suited to the music. Incinery's approach is to deliver lots of crunching riffs with lots of riff changes. It's as style that makes me think of early Sepultura.

So would I recommend this EP? Definitely, Incinery were a great find for me. All the tracks original and fresh though clearly thrash orientated. In all honesty, Incinery really nail with this EP and I recommend it to all fans of metal especially fans of Evile, Sylosis, Testament, Exodus, early Sepultura.