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From Sweden hails Scaar, a band that plays modern thrash metal with a high dose of energy. Already from the beginning of 'The Second Incision' one can deduce how the album will sound. In-your-face metal with hard-hitting drums and guitar riffs not to mention groovy basslines and morose vocals.
There's something rather appealing about some of the Scaar's songs. It might be the raw power and the straightforward attitude that makes an impression to me. Nonetheless, there could be a bit more diversity to make this record more intriguing in the long term. In addition, some of the guitar solos could have been a lot better.
For the most part, Pelle Saether took care of the productional aspects of this album. Although the raw quality is occasionally rather fitting, I would have worked a bit more on the guitar sounds. In addition, there's some background distortion audible few times.
In case you want to listen to aggressive metal with attitude shining through, you could give Scaar a listen. Although 'The Second Incision' has room for improvement regarding few aspects, it still delivers the goods as it was intended to do.
Release date: April 4th, 2005
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- MAGE (April 4th, 2005)
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