Master's Call - The Spire Cranes - Song Review - Death Metal from Birmingham, England

Master's Call - The Spire Cranes - Song Review - Death Metal from Birmingham, England
Master's Call - The Spire Cranes - Song Review - Death Metal from Birmingham, England

Today, we are featuring an emerging death metal band, Master's Call, hailing from Birmingham, England. Their captivating song, "The Spire Cranes," will be the focal point of my review, exploring its character, style, story, and potential.

Master's Call - The Spire Cranes

Master's Call is an upcoming death metal band that recently caught my attention through Metalhead Community Submissions with their track, "The Spire Cranes," taken from their debut EP release, "Morbid Black Trinity," which came out in 2019. This band is destined to inspire and reignite the passion of musicians from their hometown and beyond. Their talent and musical prowess make them one of the most promising emerging acts I have encountered. "The Spire Cranes" possesses all the qualities to captivate not only metalheads but also anyone with an appreciation for exceptional music. From the first notes, it establishes a powerful and irresistible dark atmosphere, maintaining the tension throughout the entire song. This captivating aura, coupled with creative ideas, intense guitar galloping, melodic passages, and memorable vocal lines, creates an emotionally powerful ambiance that sets the collective apart. In my opinion, they showcase more creativity in this song than Behemoth in their latest works. As someone who values energy and creativity in art, I am thoroughly impressed by everything this band has achieved. They have earned my highest praise.

Master's Call, Band. Photo Credit: Unknown

"The Spire Cranes" also exhibits exceptional sound quality. The production is clear, dark, atmospheric, and naturally powerful, demonstrating a remarkable level of harmony. It is evident that Master's Call took great care to ensure the technical aspects of their music were of the highest caliber. Collaborating with industry giants, such as recording and mixing engineer Haynes at the renowned Parlour Studios in the UK, where esteemed bands like Napalm Death, At The Gates, and The Haunted have recorded their albums, as well as having the mastering handled by Peter In De Betou of Tailor Maid Productions from Sweden, known for his work with Necrophobic, Dimmu Borgir, and Watain, underscores the significance placed on the technical execution. Master's Call now stands shoulder to shoulder with well-known names like Behemoth and Dimmu Borgir in terms of production standards. Considering all these factors, "Morbid Black Trinity" makes a powerful statement and is an album that will forever make these British gentlemen proud. I am thrilled to have discovered this band and wholeheartedly recommend that you check them out. To show your support, you can follow them on social media and stream their music on Spotify using the links below.

Master's Call, Band. Photo Credit: Unknown

In conclusion, we, as the Metalhead Community Team, extend our congratulations to Master's Call for their phenomenal song, "The Spire Cranes," and wish them the very best in their future endeavors. Thank you for reading.

Master's Call - Morbid Black Trinity album front cover artwork. Credit: Unknown


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