Massive Assault
Unholy Trinity Madness 7"

When Massive Assault vocalist Fredde Kaddeth reaches out to you directly, asking if he can send you Massive Assault‘s, 2 song, 7″ limited edition single for review, you say ‘yes’. Especially when you have been a fan of the band’s Dismember meet Grave Swedish styled goodness since 2012s Death Strike and 2017s Mortar.

Side 1 : “Unholy Trinity Madness”. A throbbing low end rumbles starts the track before a Bolt Thrower ish trundle erupts than transitions to a punky d beat canter. Then a Grave ish rumble to close things out. The guitar tone is perfect, HM 2 boss buzz but with a more raw punky sneer.

Side 2: “Stumpers”. A shorter, more sudden, more upbeat uptempo 3 minute song with a killer mid song romp and groove. The two new songs show a mild development but still stick to the tried and true Swedish delivery, especially that guitar tone. Killer stuff.

On a side note- what’s going on with that cover?

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Written by E. Thomas
January 20th, 2020

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