Dark rockers Brimstone Coven are ready to put a spell on you with the bewitching melodies and the magical vintage grooves of the latest offering “The Woes of a Mortal Earth”.
“The Inferno” sounds absolutely groovy as the retro rock flair naturally flourishes through the winning combo of raw guitar riffs and moody melodic progressions enriched by the hypnotizing vocal harmonies.
On “Live With A Ghost” the whole instrumental ensemble definitely amplifies the haunting nuances as the occult rock essence thrives within the robust rhythmic section and inspires the gloomy allure of the melodic crescendos.
On “The Darker Half” the rhythmic segments and the melodic phrases instantly acquire a catchy darkened energy naturally entwined with a prominent classic rock soul in fact the ‘70s style of the warm guitar tonalities can easily take you back in time.
You can perceive a subtle doom influence and exquisite occult rock vibes on “Song of Whippoorwill” as the guitar tonalities become increasingly darker leading to chunky riffage to fuel a series of no frills dismal rhythmic patterns.
Undoubtedly “The Woes of a Mortal Earth” stands out for the brooding motifs but the authentic rock spirit certainly should not go unnoticed as this time Brimstone Coven really have the chance to demonstrate their songwriting skills and passion.