A switch of label and some changes in line-up and New Zealand's Dawn Of Azazel are finally back with the successor to The Law of the Strong. Musically the band has become a little more accessible and it suits the music as it appears a lot more direct. The music is still very much a stew of different styles, but in particular references to bands like Morbid Angel and Immolation seem clear without saying Dawn Of Azazel sound anything alike. Actually the music is kind of difficult to proper describe. It's chaotic and yet very structured. It needs to be heard to fully understand. The songs are varied, but mostly kept in the faster end of the scale.
Sedition have a powerful and fairly clear sound. It makes it quite easy to hear all the little things that colour the soundscape. Most of the songs are very good, but in particular tracks like "Swathed in Impurity", "The Road to Babalon", "Violence and Uncleanliness" and "Master of the Strumpets" appeared the most valuable. Sedition is a worthy follow-up to The Law of the Strong. If you liked the bands previous material or just solid death metal in general then it's recommendable that you take a closer look at Sedition.