|CD REVIEW Illdisposed|
Sense The Darkness is, believe it or not, the twelfth studio full length by Danish top-act Illdisposed. The album was produced and mixed, again, by Tue Madsen (think: Witchery, Exmortem, Aborted, Panzerchrist, Heaven Shall Burn, Dark Tranquillity, Suicide Silence and tens of others) and lasts for fifty four minutes.
What? Well, the same stuff you’re used to, done with experienced craftsmanship and professional honour.
Why? Because it did work in the past and it still seems to work.
How? Actually by repeating the glorious past, translating it into renewed constellations, and with a song writing and performance that truly belong to the top of Denmark’s Death Metal scene.
So…? If you’re a fan from the past, don’t hesitate to fully enjoy this new studio recording, because it might be (one of) the best thing(s) Illdisposed ever did. Don’t await a pioneering revelation, but beware for the kind of utter brutality only Illdisposed are known for. Simply because Sense The Darkness might be the strongest album this band did since, well, actually since their last one…