A few line-up changes don't slow down Crucifix, on the contrary. The music is as brutal and fierce as ever. The three songs on the new demo Endless Infernum show a faster and in a way also more diverse side of the quartet.
The music may be a tad faster this time, but the band doesn't overdo it. They often slow down so it never ends up being one long same-sounding pummel. Their ability to write good songs are clear, but it particularly show in the titletrack "Endless Infernum" which have the perfect balance between being brutally fast and slow. This makes it highly captivating. The band also seems to have lost some of the references that were there on the previous demo. The music have gotten much more identity this time around.
Crucifix has also improved with regard to the production. The sound is thicker and more powerful and this really does the music justice. It all sound a bit more updated and it fit just perfect. As I wrote in my review of their previous demo I think the band have the potential to get picked up by a label and Endless Infernum underline this in a most convincing way.