Rolling out of Budapest comes Kyliga Dalen and their mix of crust/d-beat which features Lemmy on the cover and some rather interesting music at that. The act is made up of three musicians, Haver 666 and Senior Hernandez (who founded the band) as well as Sparticus Von Necro who joined later. Hernandez handles the guitars, bass and vocals, while Haver 666 also handles the drums and vocals as well. You can often hear them duet in a rather threatening and entertaining manner here on the disc. Sparticus Von Necro handles the guitars as well and might be responsible for a lot of the little melodies and some of the classic guitar solos I'm hearing here. With the length of a grindcore album and songs just as short, I can honestly tell you that what you're hearing here is as far away from grind as can possibly be. One of these cuts even features a violin, which I wouldn't have expected, just so much as a lot of the other things that these guys are throwing in. Don't get me wrong, this is still an extremely dirty and rough mound of death noise, it just has a lot of extra things thrown in that make it stand out a little from the rest. They even tried to throw some Motorhead influence on “Total Dod” which is short, but makes it's point. Satanizmus is a pretty decent record from a band that certainly has some talent and seems to be showing it. There are still some things they can work on, but they are what they are, and I'll accept that.
(11 Tracks, 17:00)