Demonpalm – Demo Album Review – Metalhead Community

Today we are featuring a promising traditional hard rock/heavy metal band; Demonpalm, from Germany. We have reviewed their debut album; Demo, along with its character, style, story, potential and more.

Demonpalm is another upcoming traditional hard rock/heavy metal band I have discovered online about two weeks ago with their debut album; Demo, which was released on 2019. This album has reminded me of some Black Sabbath records with its vibe, general sound and the ideas in it. Apparently, these gentlemen are mostly influenced by British hard rock and old-fashioned heavy metal of the ’90s. Songs are mostly structured on powerful guitar riffage and melodic vocal lines.

As you might remember from some of my previous articles, we usually don’t expect to hear high standards from debut albums. The most important thing here is to get an idea about the band’s potential, rather than how good or hooky the songs are. In this matter, I can easily say that Demo is a quite good debut, a traditional hard rock/heavy metal album that will surely make traditional rock/metal fans happy. When I look closely at their songwriting, musical ideas, compositions, instrumentations, decisions and so on, I don’t see anything negative to mention here at all.

I read about Demonpalm and the story of their Demo album a little bit before writing the review, and found out that they have recorded this album with a very raw sound in a very simple studio just to have something to show and also to motivate themselves a little bit more at the same time (this is just my opinion).


Technically, Demo has average standards in every way. Again, this is just the debut album and we know a little bit about its story. So, the important thing here for me was the flow and energy. In my opinion, all of the songs have the proper energy to satisfy their listeners. There’s a live recording vibe in it which makes everything much better. You can easily imagine seeing these gents rocking live.

As we all know, recording a good sounding album and managing a career is much more reachable at the moment than the past. I remember myself recording my first album, knowing absolutely nothing about what to do and how to make it happen at all. So in my opinion, anything is possible if you are passionate and determined enough about music. What I liked seeing the most in Demonpalm’s example is this feeling; the fire. No matter what, they’ve got themselves a demo album recorded and even played in Metal Force Attack open-air festival, which is admirable. So when I take all these into account, I’d like to say that Demonpalm has done wonderful progress so far by recording a debut album and playing on a festival. I am sure they’ve got much more to show, to offer and to say once they got the chance to make a proper second album with proper production.

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In conclusion, we, as Metalhead Community Team, congratulate Demonpalm for their successful job on; Demo, and wish them the very best in their future. Thanks for reading.

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