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Twin Force Kill – Cryteria Human Killer (album review)

Oh, good old death metal…! In 2017 Twin Force Kill from Jakarta released their first and only promo. Fast forward 4 years later. February 2021, Javanese label Maxima Music Pro released their debut full-length. Can I afford to ignore it? Nope.

When I’ve written “old ” death metal, it’s not totally true, you can clearly hear the newer influences in the music too, and guys are clearly influenced by USDM and BDM made American way.

Good songwriting, catchy riffing, Sendi Kurniawan (ex-Visceral Cadaverment) behind the artillery line. Twin Force Kill know exactly what they want to achieve and they succeed.

Twin Force Kill

4 tracks bear English titles (although gramatically not 100% correct, but that’s not something I’d give a damn about), the rest are in bahasa Indonesia. Not that non-Indonesian will follow the lyrics anyway.

I don’t have a favourite track here. The album is well listenable as a whole, which is always a good thing. Not too long, almost 29 minutes – a perfect offering for metalheads hungry for something new from the ever growing Indonesian scene.

For me, it’s a thumb up, great debut and I am already looking forward to what they come up with in the future. Twin Force Kill is – besides Vox Mortis – yet another great example of Indonesian death metal from Jakarta.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/twinforcekilldm/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/twinforcekill_official/

Maxima Music Pro page: https://www.instagram.com/maximamusicpro/

Bandcamp: https://maximamusicpro.bandcamp.com/album/twin-force-kill-cryteria-human-killer

Rudolf Schütz

The creative mind behind the Indokult.com,a fervent connoisseur of cultural treasures, with an unwavering passion for Asian and Indonesian movies and music. He is a true aficionado, driven by a desire to unearth hidden gems and shed light on the often-overlooked. From the grand stages of mainstream performances to the gritty underground scenes, Rudolf is equally at home, recognizing that every note and frame tells a unique tale. As a cultural enthusiast, Rudolf is not just an observer but a storyteller in their own right. Through his insights, analyses, and reviews, he shares the captivating narratives that ripple through Asia's music and movie scenes. Whether it's a haunting melody that resonates from Indonesia's hidden corners or a cinematic masterpiece that transports you across time, Rudolf is your trusted guide to the captivating world of cultural expressions.

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