This is a review of another recording from Deceive which also shows them continuing the blackened death metal sound of previous recordings and the ep was self released in 2014 and called "Arrival Of the Dark Masters".
A very dark, heavy and melodic sounds starts off the ep along with the guitars, bass and drums all sounding very powerful and after awhile the music speeds up a bit along with a decent amount of blast beats and a heavy thrash influence in both of the riffs and solos and at time s the songs have a technical feeling.\
Throughout the recording there is a good mixture of slow, mid paced and fast parts and the vocals that are used are mostly deep death metal growls along with a few high pitched screams and the music has a very 90's style to it going back to the early days of black and death metal and the high pitched screams and tremolo riffing when they are utilized add in more elements of black metal.
Deceive brings in a very old school blackened death metal sound on this recording while also having some thrash influences at times, the production sounds very old school yet very professional for being a self released recording while the lyrics cover darkness, horror and occult themes.
In my opinion this is another great sounding ep from Deceive and if you are a fan of both old school death metal and black metal, you should check out this recording. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Arrival Of the Dark Masters" and "Endless Aeons Of Destruction". 8 out of 10.