Lieweaver - The Origin
"Obsessed With Purity", the most interesting track of this EP, unpredictable and in changeable progression, very powerful that I imagine played live has an additional point of interest.
Title: The Origin
Genere: Brutal Death Metal, Deathcore
Label: Lethal Scissor Records
Release date: 17 September 2021
Paradox Of Creation
Obsessed With Purity
Vasiliy Kutsenko – voce
Alex Choopov – chitarra
Alex Reshetnuk – chitarra
Bogdan Fesenko – batteria
Newly formed Lieweaver released a single 'Paradox of Creation' in February 2020, now for Lethal Scissor Record they have released their first EP entitled 'The Origin'. The Ukrainian combo presents five extreme tracks, keeping faith with the first single of last year, between death metal and deathcore, with some flashes of djent, literally detonate the content that although short is quite incisive and claustrophobic.
We start immediately with the opener "Revelation", which is actually an intro, but already in the immediate moment we are immersed in the mood and the dark world of Lieweaver.
"Paradox Of Creation", here is the single I was talking about at the beginning, extreme and disturbing death, the guitars are very sharp and also quite unpredictable, a song composed by dark and pressing melodies.
In "Void" we find a very tight rhythm, an excellent groove/fill and a very deep growl vocal, the guitars complete the rage of this track starting from the riff in its opening.
We arrive at the end with "Obsessed With Purity", the most interesting track of this EP, unpredictable and in changeable progression, very powerful that I imagine played live has an additional point of interest.
"The Origin" is a work with a dark and penetrating atmosphere and I imagine it is the prelude to a possible more complete and elaborate work.
As for the production, I don't know, maybe as it is it gives the idea of a raw and spartan taste, like the old demos, on the other hand, a more accurate production would have done justice to the depth of the sounds. I'm leaning towards the first option as that's the first thing I thought of while listening to it.