Koen W. : This Polish deathcore band has been around since 2006 and has already gained some fame with a debut, two EPs and countless shows in their homeland and beyond. For the lyrics of their new album, they found inspiration in the Japanese horror scene. That resulted in ten songs with dark, illustrious but well thought-out lyrics. The band does not have to deal with groundbreaking speeds, but rather looks for lumpy but sturdy riffs. Do not hesitate to say the better beech work. That can be heard from the first track 'Nightmare Becomes Reality'. The drumming sounds remarkably loud and sometimes even some tribal. Maciek Korczak spits his lyrics out. He does it the deathcore way but also more in a clean direction. There are some moments that you can hear that English is not his native language. But between grunts and roars, you have to listen very carefully to discover this. On 'Carnage' you get some guest contributions with a piece of pigcore as a taster. They have already earned their place in Poland. With this album, they can conquer their way in the international deathcore scene.