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Single Review : Supreme Unbeing – ‘Face of Evil’

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Review by Paul Monkhouse for MPM

Cloaked in mystery, the masked mavericks Supreme Unbeing release this rocket powered missive from their secret base in the heart of who knows where.

Bristling with a barely controlled pure rock fury, it’s Metallica-like sledgehammer opening quickly gives way to some soaring dark Prog Metal as the band take flight.

With a grand sweeping heaviness and huge melody, there’s much here to love if you’re a fan of the sort of sinister, yet irresistible, Gothic rock fireworks as displayed by the likes of Ghost.

Whilst their image and website is very much tongue in cheek (hopefully), the band are deadly serious about the music and this artfully crafted blast of intergalactic head cracking shows a determination to rock the world and make it theirs.

Guitars snarl, drums pound, basses throb and vocals howl, their battle song turning all who hear it into either quivering wrecks or devoted slaves.

Supreme Unbeing are here to save us all and they’re doing it with loud guitars and the power of mind melting metal. As was said once about those other invaders from another time and dimension, resistance is futile.

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