REVIEW
HEAVING EARTH - Vision of the Vultures
Released: December, 2008 | Label: Nihilistic Holocaust | Rating: 6/10 | Reviewer: PSL | Provided by: Nihilistic Holocaust



01. Fundamental Decomposition
02. Concepted Backwards
03. Vultured Vision

It doesn't take long to figure out that Czechian Heaving Earth is fans of Hate Eternal. There are many very obvious references to Erik Rutan & Co in the music. Not that it's a bad thing taking inspiration from the Americans, but it doesn't provide the music with much identity. When this is said Heaving Earth does play their death metal competently. A lot of the riffs sound like they've could have been written by Erik Rutan himself.

The Czechs do however blend in a few things that could be more in the vein of Immolation. It adds to the diversity, but not exactly to the ingenuity. The songs are all quite varied and to a degree I find Heaving Earth a little more appealing than their idols in Hate Eternal. If you like death metal played like Hate Eternal do, then Heaving Earth is not a bad pick, but other than that there's not too much to find here.





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