Country: Hungary
Title: Trinity
Label: Metal Scrap Records
Year: 2018
Style: Groove Metal

Second full-length album from Hungary's Omega Diatribe, celebrates the first decade of activity, a pretty neat feature for such a hard-working band as this one. This one was mixed and mastered by Tue Madsen, I guess the best option they had for their music as Tue is known for his work with Meshuggah, Mnemic, The Haunted or even countrymates Ektomorf and Omega Diatribe is a modern, bombastic mix of Groove Metal with a ton of influences from wherever you can think of. 12 tracks, 53 minutes of playing time and Trinity sounds like a huge work, the compositions sound like they've been worked on for time after time, all seems like perfectly blended together; most probably the band's best work to date. There are so many excellent Hardcore guitar riffs here, and the rhythm section is so groovy that I think their live gigs are absolutely devastation, and on top of that you might add a serious discharge of brutal yet complex and expressive vocals, plenty of rhythm breaks and a prowerful, modern production and you get a flawless album. After sipining the album a couple of times the band's labeling of their own music as Extreme Groove Metal sounds like the perfect definition for it, fans of both old-school and modern groovy sounds will love this! What I liked most about it was the fact that each track has its own identity and there's nothing boring on this album, 53 minutes went by like 5.
Reviewed by Adrian
Rating: 9.5/10