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S.D.I.D. - Homemade Part Two (6,5/10) - Denmark - 2005

Genre: Thrash Metal
Label: Self-production
Playing time: 21:30
Band homepage: S.D.I.D.


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S.D.I.D. - Homemade Part Two

Do you want some new Underground Metal from Denmark? SADISTIC DEMONS INFILTRATE DENMARK could be your thing because their mixture of Old School Thrash Metal and some modern Metal influences is quite appealing despite a weak sound production. But you have to excuse S.D.I.D. for the sound because their five tracks were recorded on a common home computer, which isn’t comparable with the technical abilities of a professional sound studio.


But every song shows that the Danish have some great technical skills. Great riffs, well done tempo shifts, a pressuring drumming and the introduction of two singers are very welcome. Especially the vocal duels between the high pitched, classic Metal shoutings and some merciless roaring are amazing and this should also appeal to fans of 3 INCHES OF BLOOD and stuff. Their five compositions have all a decently high level and that promises a lot for their upcoming album, which they plan to record in a regular studio.


As said before, the production is weak but 100% Underground. So, don’t hesitate and order “Homemade Part Two” on their official homepage. (Online June 11, 2006)

Alexander Ehringer

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