Sometimes less is more. Tuned down guitars almost matching the bass, someone who can beat the hell out of the drums, screaming gutturals and a good collection of riffs and breakdowns. Old-school death metal with hardcore-borrowed breakdowns. That pretty much sums up what Tribal Gaze are all about.
Yes, there’s a lot of bands doing that right now and the style is starting to get saturated: Acts like Tomb Mold, Celestial Sanctuary or Creeping Death also share a very similar sound. What Tribal Gaze have to offer in their debut is nine highly entertaining and well-written choirs full of crazy riffing. There’s even some hints of doom even if most album is fast paced.