This is a demo in all regards, but the brooding death metal that you’ll experience with this one is definitely something to take notice of. Sure, seven minutes isn’t really much between the three cuts here, but I’m sure that fans of atmosphere and brutality won’t turn it away. It’s one of those warm sounding records where doom and brutal death metal walk hand in hand with each other, while the artist sounds like he was raised from the dead just yesterday (which may very well be true.) So if you’re interested in extremely evil and rather dark passages, I think you’ll enjoy Trinity I. There’s not really much here to go on yet, but it’s enough to tell me that this act will continue on into the future.
(3 Tracks, 7:00)