Scarab – Serpents of the Nile

I do love a bit of Egyptian-themed death metal. This is Scarab’s second-full length album following 2010’s ’Blinding the Masses’, their sound is what you might  get if Italy’s Hour of Penance had the same Egyptian/middle-eastern influences as technical death metal heavyweights Nile, or perhaps a slightly slower, more nuanced Demigod-era Behemoth. While this is not the most original  death metal album of 2015, and this Egyptian band clearly wear their  influences (both musical and cultural) Scarab have a lot to offer  here for fans of death metal.

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