What you can hear is that Karonte has some more years on the counter. They have a secure, ballsy sound that is tight on all fronts. They guys are getting into the perfection, paying attention to all details. The three songs are in line and of good quality. Bloody Brotherhood is a bit more on a free hand. They seem to be going with the flow a bit more, and that results in a maybe bit less structured, yet a bit more exploring sound. A notch to creativity, and giving a sound that convinces. They are only giving us two songs though, where you may have liked a bit more from them to get to know them.
In the end, maybe Karonte sticks out a bit more, they have a straightforward style, but when getting into it deeper, you may find yourself happy to have discovered Bloody Bortherhood along with it. The two compliment eachother, so this split is surely one to get if you come across it.
Kini – Vocalen, gitaar
Beli – Gitaar
Isma – Basgitaar
Rochar – Drums
Line-up Bloody Brotherhood:
Baalzemon Phobo – Vocalen, gitaar
Nargal. – Gitaar, vocalen
Camps – Basgitaar
Hammer – Drums
01. El Ocaso (Karonte)
02. No Hay Vida Sin Dolor (Karonte)
03. Dominación (Karonte)
04. In Tyrant’s Land (Bloody Brotherhood)
05. Thousand Years Of Lies (Bloody Brotherhood)