Album Review: Aversions Crown – Hell Will Come For Us All (Nuclear Blast)

Emerging in 2010 amidst a sea of blackened deathcore, Australia’s Aversions Crown separated themselves from the rest with their visceral sense of the genre. Evolving through member changes, the band has finalised its superior line-up in the wake of their upcoming album “Hell Will Come For Us All”, due to be released on June 12th, 2020 via Nuclear Blast Records.

The deathcore mob are filled with some serious fire and fury on their latest album. The vehemence they showcase across the 9 tracks of Hell Will Come for Us All is as exhilarating as it is ruthless. The blackened edge adding more depth to the frenzied riffs of The Soil but it’s not until Born in the Gutter that Aversions Crown really let loose.

Here Aversions Crown combine their wild array of riffs with chunky percussion and growling vocals to create an absolute head-banger. The breakdown is chaos personified.

The inescapable savagery continues into Paradigm where we get a much more nuanced and bleak number before Caught in the System and the title track show an absurd amount of ruthlessness. A trio of tracks that showcase just how far this band has come since their inception.

The all-encompassing darkness really marks Aversions Crown as more than your average deathcore band. Ensuring that there is no drifting or being distracted as the album goes on. Scourge of Violence, Hymn of Annihilation and Sorrow Never Sleeps are a trio of focused and exciting heavy numbers.

A modern intensity driven great ends with one final blast of furious noise but one with hidden depths. The soft drops, the haunting effects and general bleak sound making for an unforgettable finish.

Aversions Crown – Hell Will Come For Us All Full Track Listing:

1. The Soil
2. Born In The Gutter
3. Paradigm
4. Caught In The System
5. Hell Will Come For Us All
6. Scourge Of Violence
7. Hymn Of Annihilation
8. Sorrow Never Sleeps
9. The Final Judgement


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Aversions Crown – Hell Will Come For Us All (Nuclear Blast)
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