In Review: Vader – Solitude In Madness


Solitude In Madness

Label: Nuclear Blast

Release Date: May 1st 2020

Polish death metal veterans return with album number 16.

Artwork by Wes Benscoter

Solitude In Madness begins with “Shock And Awe” immediately makes the listener aware than even though the band are into double figures with album releases there is clearly no time for complacency and fires “into oblivion”.

Shortest track of the album “Despair” really crams in the ferocity, a standout track for me “Incineration of the Gods” is followed my personal favourite of the album ” Sanctification Denied” I especially enjoyed guitar tones on this track.

“And Satan Wept” is followed by solo driven “Emptiness”, “Final Declaration” isn’t quite the end of this particular offering as “Dancing In The Slaughterhouse”, “Stigma Of Divinity” & final crushing track “Bones” is the perfect send-off with its delivery – in particular, I enjoyed the slower, clearer vocals on this track which are absolutely first-rate.

Solitude In Madness takes no prisoners with it’s short & swift bludgeoning delivery

4 out of 5 Skulls

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The album was Mixed and Mastered by Scott Atkins @Grindstone Studios. Below you can find peter discussing time in the studio and how the album came together…

VADER – Peter Discusses Where The New Album Was Recorded and mixed (OFFICIAL TRAILER)

For Solitude in Madness, we went outside our comfort zone to Grindstone Studios in Suffolk, England, where we teamed up with one-stop-shop Scott Atkins to engineer, produce, mix, and master for four weeks in summer 2019. In a new trailer released today, Peter discusses that time in the studio and how the album came together…Pre-order Solitude In Madness on a variety of formats here: the album:

Posted by Vader on Wednesday, 22 April 2020



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