Upon releasing the two singles, Bangladeshi unrelenting Thrash Metal act SURTUR has created a tremor in the UG metal scene.
No Clean Singing is premiering the entire Descendant of Time – EP (along with an in depth and a very positive review) in their site.
If you skip ahead and take a look at the photo of Surtur that accompanies this post, you will see that these Bangladeshi thrashers are some young dudes. I didn’t see the photo until their debut EP Descendant of Time had already reduced my head to a smoking (and smiling) pile of wreckage. I’m still scratching what’s left of my head, wondering how in the world they pulled off what they’ve accomplished on this marauding new release. And then I remembered how old Hetfield, Hammett,Burton, and Ulrich were when they recorded Kill ‘Em All.
Descendant of Time is a molten eruption of killer riffs and scintillating solos, the kind of metal that’s guaranteed to get heads (and feet and arms) moving. It’s fleet and furious, but laced with so many writhing twists and turns that it won’t wear out its welcome after the first listen
“Descendant of Time” independently got released on November,13 and Faithcraft Productions from Malaysia released it on November 15. The EP is also available for purchase and stream in the bandcamp of the band: