Country: Brazil
Title: Geodesic Beast
Label: Diabolicum Records
Year: 2018
Style: Death Metal

Not sure what's the deal here, but this band was founded 20 fuckin' years ago and this one is their debut full-length album, and according to Metal Archives they only have one demo released prior to this, back in 2000, a year after they were founded. Anyway, it's good that they managed to release this album after all, a 12 tracks material clocking a bit over half an hour. We're treated here with fast, unrelenting brutal Death Metal highlighted by the ultra-fast but unfortunately way too repetitive and simple duming, fast paced guitar work that again sounds too repetitive not only within the same track, but also among all the tracks which makes it feel like you're listening to the same track over and over again. At first you'll be impressed by how fast and absolutely devastating their music is, but after a while you'll get bored by the same riffs repeated over and over again with so little variation that it's actually a pity for the amount of energy the band's music emanates. The vocals are good, throaty growls, but the lack of versatility makes them again sound unsatisfactory after a while, so the only thing remaining to break the monotony are the fast, chaotic, but well-fit guitar solos. The potential is huge here, I'm sure this album will have it's fair share of followers, too, but the band seems to be able to offer much more than repetitive riffing. 
Reviewed by Adrian
Rating: 6/10