This is a review of another recording from Heavy Death which also shows the band continuing their mixture of doom and death metal with the demo being released by Caligari Records in 2014 and called "Forebear Avenger".
A good amount of distortion and reform start off the demo being going into a doom/death metal direction and bringing in a mixture of both growls and clean singing and you can also hear a good amount of melody in their musical sound as well as the bass guitars being very heavy and just like with the previous demo's all of the music sounds like it could of been easily released in the early 90's.
The clean singing and chants the band uses gives the music a very ritualistic and occult feeling and as the demo progresses you can also hear a little bit of 70's rock and metal being an influence in their musical sound and the second side of the cassette show s the band re-doing a couple of tracks from their previous demo's and they are just as heavy, slow and dark as the original versions while they also have their mid paced moments and show an influence of early 90's Swedish death metal and the last track is a more softer version of one of their older tracks and they also bring acoustic guitars into the music.
Heavy Death remain true to their doom/death metal sound on this recording while also making the melodic vocals sound more ritualistic and the re-done tracks also show a more heavier sound to the bands musical sound as well, the production sounds very dark and old school while the lyrics cover darkness and horror themes.
In my opinion this is another great sounding recording from Heavy Death and if you are a fan of doom/death metal, you should check out this demo. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Forebear Avenger and "Into The heavy Death". 8 out of 10.