Superstition: “Surging Throng Of Evil’s Might” Album Review

The word superstition brings to mind childhood tales of misfortune that would await you if you broke the rules. In this case, the New Mexican death/thrash metal band Superstition break sonic barrier rules with their latest release, Surging Throng of Evil’s Might.

“Death’s Fuming Passage” introduces this onslaught with raw-throated bellows surfacing from the murky depths and further punctuated by thunderous crashing drums and full-speed, aggressive riffs. Although the sound production could be improved, Surging Throng of Evil’s Might proves to be a sinister listen from start to finish. It’s a hellish combination of cruel, demon-infested vocals, along with percussive bombardment and frenzied fretwork, all supplied with suitably possessed delivery.

Tweak the rawness just a bit, and this would be a minefield.

Superstition‘s Surging Throng of Evil’s Might is out May 11 on 20 Buck Spin. Buy it here!

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