On their sophomore album “Banner of Defeat” Neorite offer their heaviest and bleakest side so far and
just hereby find their very own and distinctive style of metal.
Equipped with the punch of classic Sepultura and a sense for sinister melodies of the deadly kind as
with Dissection and Death, the clean vocals are towering above it all, sometimes emotional as Nick
Holmes (Paradise Lost), sometimes vigorous as Tom G. Warrior (Celtic Frost).
Though being marginalized here in favor of a crushing heaviness, the alt rock influences of the debut
album merge in partly complex song structures and provide them with a catchiness hard to elude.
On “Banner of Defeat”, Neorite create their own epic and dark version of doom-infested thrash metal,
never daunted by genre barriers.
Never Return Nowhere
Under The Banner Of Cataclysmic Defeat
Draw Black Swords
Settle In Madness
Shapes Of Void