Chris Catalyst is certainly a busy man. Sunday night saw him perform a solo acoustic set at The Borderline, rapidly followed by a set with C.J. Wildheart at the same gig. Then a mere three days later, here he is again, playing alongside a host of familiar faces and special guests, celebrating the 50th birthday of one of Britain’s greatest singer songwriters, Ginger Wildheart!
With the current generation of death metal being all about melodic choruses and nicely sung clean vocals, it can be easy to sometimes forget just how uncompromising and full-on this style of music can be when it wants to…
The other tracks have some interesting moments. “Storm” is the more riff-oriented and a little bit straight-forward dynamic song; some nice guitar tapping could be heard here. “Whirl’s Creterion” has bright guitar fingerstyle part and really crazy high vocal moments. 2 instrumentals “Reasonance” and “Pulse of Awakening” are pretty good, both atmospheric and calm, the last has also psychedelic synths parts.