Ingested – Revered By No One, Feared By All


Review by Dan Perks

Siege of Amida

So the festive period is out of the way for another 12 months and the New year hangovers have subsided. It’s time to get away from the awful barrage of Christmas songs and retaliate with some awesome alternative music. First up for me this year is the new EP from Slam icons Ingested. Now, the thing I love about EP’s is they are the taster before the full course and Revered By No One, Feared By All is a perfect tasty treat to get the mouth watering for what to expect on the next full length release.

There are still the crushing guitars and drums but a slightly more death metal vibe and structure. The EP opens with the relentlessly heavy ‘Titanomachy’, a brooding maelstrom of anger and brutality. Throughout the track there are numerous tempo shifts that attack the senses from all angles. In typical Ingested fashion there is no let up throughout the whole EP. The second track ‘Regicide’ is a perfect slam-infused bombardment that is begging for listeners to smash things to bits and piling into anyone else of the dance floor. In short, Revered By No One, Feared By All is a brutish show of force from one of the genre’s most prevalent bands.

Ingested – Revered By No One, Feared By All

8 out of 10

Track listing:

  1. Titanomachy
  2. Regicide
  3. Uncrowned
  4. Endgame