Title: “Memento Mori”
The Miser return with a monster EP with “Memento Mori”, its heavy, dark, and doomy stoner-infused melodies will steal your soul! Thunderous tones and fierce lyrics are predominant throughout as “House on The Hill” opens proceedings, its sludgy and full-on thunderous riffs take you on a wonderous journey of heavy metal delirium. My favourite track on here is “A New Dream” a real mix of power and soaring guitars backed with a massive drum and bass foundation makes this track simply flawless. The groove monster that is “Scars” pummels you into submission with its absorbing, menacing feel, and one I keep returning to with the previous track.
A statement of intent is unleashed as “Yeah were Back” bleeds outta ya speakers with head bangingly delirious tones a triumphant statement of intent. Digging deep into the recesses of your mind and taking hold the title track “Memento Mori” twists and turns into something spectacular, its earthy, and retro meaty hooks ooze into the room and is a spectacular way to finish a kick-ass EP.
These London rockers have been spreading misery through their music for almost a decade. Their name came from 14th Century painter Hieronymus Bosch and his painting 'Death and the Miser', which is a reminder that death does in fact come for us all.
Delve into the world of “Memento Mori” a deep and thoughtful release sure to please all fans of pure unadulterated Heavy Metal!
Review: Seb Di Gatto Score: 5/5
1. House On The Hill
2. A New Dream
4. Yeah, We're Back
5. Memento Mori
Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kWkFX-lCfXM&t=1s