Master’s Call – The Spire Cranes Song Review – Metalhead Community
Today we are featuring an upcoming death metal band; Master’s Call, from Birmingham, the UK. We have reviewed their fascinating song; The Spire Cranes, along with its character, style, story, potential and more.
Master’s Call is another exceptional upcoming death metal band I have discovered through Metalhead Community Submissions about three weeks ago with this very song; The Spire Cranes, off from their debut EP release; Morbid Black Trinity, which was released in 2019. Master’s Call is one of those bands who will restore hope with this release in the lives of thousands of musicians from their hometown Birmingham, and from all around the world. They are simply one of the greatest upcoming bands I have heard lately. Exceptional job. The Spire Cranes has simply everything to satisfy not only metalheads but anybody who has proper taste in music, in my opinion. The song is making the first powerful impression with its irresistible dark atmosphere. The tension is as it should be and this exceptional aura flows perfectly until the end of the song. Even this delicious feeling was enough for me to feature this song here and add it to our playlist.
Moreover, there are some creative ideas, badass guitar galloping, fast, melodic passages, catchy vocal lines and most importantly, emotionally powerful ambiance. Some of you might disagree with me in this but Master’s Call is showing much more creativity in this song than Behemoth is showing on their latest. As you might also remember from some of my previous articles that I am a guy who is into energy and creativity in any kind of art. This band has earned top mark from me for everything they have done. Hands down. I am well impressed.
The Spire Cranes has exceptional standards in its sound quality as well. Everything sounds clear, dark, atmospheric, natural, powerful and most importantly in great harmony. I respect that they didn’t want to risk anything in this and worked with some giant names from the industry. Recorded and mixed by Haynes at the Parlour Studios in the UK where Napalm Death, At The Gates and The Haunted, recorded their albums before. And Peter In De Betou of Tailor Maid Productions from Sweden handled the mastering, whose credits include Necrophobic, Dimmu Borgir and Watain. The reason I wanted to mention this is to underline the importance of the technical side of the job. Now, Master’s Call has the same standards as very well known names such as Behemoth and Dimmu Borgir. When I take all these into account, I must say that Morbid Black Trinity is a powerful statement. An album that will make these British gentlemen proud all their lives. I am delighted with my discovery and Strongly Recommend to you all to check out Master’s Call. In order to show your support, you can follow them on Social Media and like their music on Spotify from the links below.
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In conclusion, we, as Metalhead Community Team, congratulate The Master’s Call for their phenomenal song; The Spire Cranes, and wish them the very best in their future. Thanks for reading.