EP Review: Master’s Call – Morbid Black Trinity (Self Released)

Morbid Black Trinity is the debut EP by Wolverhampton five piece Black Metal group, Master’s Call. Featuring experienced musicians, the crafting of the band’s sound began in the birthplace of metal, Birmingham, England where an early demo track entitled ‘The Spire Cranes’ was created in late 2016. Taking care and time to write their debut recorded material, Master’s Call has been making waves on the live circuit with slots at the likes of HRH Metal, Beermageddon Festival and more.

Conjured from unholy darkness, Master’s Call walk forth through the flames beyond the gates with conviction and grit on their side.

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A ferocious but rhythmic approach to the blackest of black metal, Master’s Call are an exciting prospect within the genre. They have plenty of the classic sound about them but with influences across a broader range of metal. The pace and fire of death metal, the riffing and soloing of traditional heavy metal all combined with excellent song structure.

Three tracks long, there isn’t much to sink our teeth into here but what we get is a juicy blood-drenched mouthful of heaviness. From Once Beneath the Cursed which burns brightly with high energy to the ritualistic evilness of The Spires Cranes and the glory that is My Eyes Are the Night. The latter is a grand track, confirming that Master’s Call are one to keep an eye on.

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Master’s Call – Morbid Black Trinity Full Track Listing:

1. From Once Beneath The Cursed
2. The Spire Cranes
3. My Eyes Are The Night

The EP is available to order via Bandcamp and the video for From Once Beneath the Cursed can be viewed below. Find out more/keep up to date with news by liking Master’s Call’s Facebook Page and following them on Instagram/Twitter.


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Master's Call - Morbid Black Trinity (Self Released)
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