Addict – Crimson Sky Song Review

Today we are featuring another promising death metal band; ADDICT, from RUSSIA. We have reviewed their powerful song; Crimson Sky, along with its character, style, story, potential and more.

Addict is a promising melodic death metal band I discovered through Metalhead Community Submissions about three months ago with their irresistible latest release, Crimson Sky, which was released as a single in 2020. The band is officially making releases since 2017. They have started their careers with an EP, “The New Sun” (2017), and continued with another single, “Swamp” (2018), an EP, “Against You All” (2019), and released their latest single; “Crimson Sky” not long ago in 2020. Please give it a listen while reading the rest of the article.

Good art is all about diverse perspectives, approaches, vibes, and energy people put into their music from different parts of the world, just like in our example here. These young Moskvichi have an interesting perspective, an old school blend in their harmony that I believe can be the right foundation for their musical character to evolve. There are tons of bands out there making music with similar ideas most of the time. I decided to feature Addict here on Metalhead Community after listening to Crimson Sky only once was the collective meaning of their composition and instrumentation. We can also call it; the completeness of their composition. As you can also hear, there are tons of progressive elements, riffs, and ideas in the making, and all of them have powerful, atmospheric, and different vibes. The song has a dark, mysterious atmosphere in general. Dynamics are powerful and never leaves the listener a chance to feel down or feeling bored until the end. On the other hand, I can clearly see that they are advanced musicians as well.

Crimson Sky surely is a dominant song, with influences such as GOJIRA, OPETH, MESHUGGAH, etc. I love almost all their influences and listen to them almost every day. As I have also mentioned above, the band shows potential with their energy, ideas, composing skills, and advanced musicianships. However, they are making the actual difference with the completeness of their composition, which is admirable. This has immediately reminded me of Opeth, who is not only one of the greatest but the greatest band for me in this matter. Honestly, what’s special about Addict is something that we don’t come across every single day. I think this is an important characteristic that they have to work and improve themselves. I believe their talent only in composing can make a big difference in the industry and help the band become a vital name someday.


Technically, Crimson Sky has good standards as well. Everything sounds dynamic, powerful, clean, clear, and in great harmony. Although everything was balanced and mixed almost perfectly, I felt like I would want to hear the vocals a little bit louder than this. Of course, all these are their decisions, and we respect that. The technical side of the work has a significant credit on this impressive outcome without a doubt. I mean, listen to this vocal mix carefully. This is one of the tastiest death metal vocal mixes I have heard from an up and coming band for some time.

I personally know how challenging it can be to make an album, where working with a special producer is almost impossible. Everybody is trying to do their best with the resources they have, and this needs a mention. Artists and bands such as Addict don’t owe anything to this world, yet we owe them respect. Crimson Sky is a promising work, and I am sure I won’t be the only one who thinks that way after publishing this article.

When I take all these into account, I’d like to say that I have had a great time listening to Addict. The band shows great potential with their togetherness (!) and their unique talent in composing. I am a Russian/Slavic culture, literature, history admirer. Discovering such a band as Addict was a perfect match. Strongly Recommended for those who love old school progressive death metal music!

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In conclusion, Metalhead Community Team congratulates ADDICT for their great job in CRIMSON SKY and wishes them the very best in their future careers. Thank you for reading.

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