Review: Salvation’s End – The Divine Wrath of Existence


If you want to enjoy listening to a prog-power metal album, you must first know what exactly you want to get from it. Others want to hear nice melodies and complex riffs and solos, while some just want to have fun and let out their rage and energy. Salvation’s End stands somewhere between the two. The band has recently released their debut album entitled “The Divine Wrath of Existence.”

The songs here are based upon dynamic, simple-to-complex riffs, heavy melodies and Rob Lundgren’s perfect vocals. The solid rhythm section makes the compositions sound so god-damn heavy all the way giving the sense that they could have been in Priest’s new album.

There are more metal diamonds hidden in here and the band reveals them throughout the record. Heavy guitars, killing drums and angry vocals penetrate your mind and kick your sorry little ass if you are still sitting down! The album ends at full speed by the charging guitar and drums.

If you claim to be a metal fan then Salvation’s End will put you to the test. If you listen the whole album unharmed and with your head still stuck to your neck, you will have survived the metal storm these fellas prepared for you. Grab the album from Bandcamp.