||Nine tracks almost thirty-two minutes are
instore for you as you listen to Vuist’s
debut “Mistormelancholy.” The riffing style made it easy
to get into the majority of this album. There are lots of catchy thrash
riffs mixed with powerful, driving, death riffs keeping this CD energetic
and appealing. The thrash leads along with Swedish death riffs help
give some songs an epic sound. Parts of “The Calling (…To
Strength and Grandeur)” and “Images” are good examples.
Vuist death/thrash style could be described as Slayer meets Dying
Fetus, but it really doesn’t describe it. On top of that, the
screaming death vocals are split with gutteral ones. All parts of
the music can be quite dynamic. With a little more experience with
riff selection this band has potential to create a classic metal disc.