PANTHEON – Intervention e.p.

Pantheon

England's Yorkshire heavy metal quartet Pantheon play a hybrid of melodic metal meets hints of thrash metal here and there, which definitely makes for an interesting listen. Musically, they keep it interesting by breaking up their rhythms and riffs with heaviness, pissed-off vocals, and a rhythm section that'll just make you want mosh your way into chaos, ya.

Just listen to the victoriously-sounding "Silent Apocalypse" with its shred guitar driven solos, eardrum piercing riffs and guitar rhythms and you'll be ready to do battle with the world. It'll get you into that fighting mood on a Friday night after a fucking crazy day at work.

Pantheon has a lot of future potential to make a name for themselves within the non-mainstream metal circles, but it will take even more creative fire power than what is presented on this 4-tracker.

This is heavy metal with a mixture of thrash executed surprisingly well. I cannot wait to check out their full length CD. Hurry up dudes...

Sarjoo Devani

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