Ape Vermin

Ape Vermin- Sonic Monolith Review


Astral Drones kicks in with some sludge, the distorted feedback fuelling the urge for a mosh and a half. The slowness of the riffs, and the delivery of the vocals makes this one hell of an opener. Oath is a pounding monolith, snarling and growling throughout, producing darkness. Abominable Hashmen dances around the periphery of darkness and groove, whilst producing melodies of pure darkness.

Witch Jive is a slab of metal, darkness and heaviness. Sonic Monolith slithers around, with the riffs dancing and showing off their jazzy vibes, a song made for the edges and power.

The album is out now.


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