A short review for Downfall of Gaia's latest full-length

February 23, 2019 - 475 views

Along with many experimentations on this record, I find variation and the use of new elements the most powerful addition to this full-length compared to other records released in the genre.

Charming female vocals, followed by growls that cause an adrenaline rush in your body, also followed by some of the most beautiful yet intense cleans in the song Of Withering Violet Leaves, or the very masterfully recorded and played solos in the record make you fall in love with Ethic of Radical Finitude immediately. No matter how tense some moments are, there are moments of allure musicianship involved in the follow.


However, as mentioned above, considering how promising this new record may be, I’ve got a big problem with the length. Even though Ethic of Radical Finitude comes across with some of these folks’ better material, they still could’ve come up with more music quantity-wise, and that would’ve given them even more of massively deserved attention they’ve received yet.

Ethic of Radical Finitude was released February 8, 2019 via Metal Blade Records.

Arman Dins