Gravil Single Review: “Decommissioned”

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Single Review By Iron Mathew


GraVil are a melodic death/heavy metal band from the UK formed in 2006. Having already released two E.P.’s and one album, the band have just released the first single off their upcoming album.

Since the release of their debut album, GraVil performed at the 2013 prestigious Download Festival in the UK and featured heavily in the press, such as Kerrang, Terrorizer and Rock Sound magazines. The single ‘March Of The Titans’ from the ‘Thoughts Of A Rising Sun’ album was playlisted by Scuzz TV.

With all this publicity, the band have remained down to earth, and as their new single demonstrates, they have lost none of their passion and eagerness to deliver a brutal blend of British heavy metal. ‘Decommissioned’ is an uncompromising and aggressive kick in the nuts…brutal and hard hitting, heads will bang violently and fists will furiously punch the air.

‘Decommissioned’ is a relentless storm of savage riffs and thunderous rhythms. GraVil have delivered a mouth watering and exciting appetiser for their forth coming album, ‘No More Forgiveness’ due for release in May 2017.

Overall, an exciting rampage of relentless rhythms and aggressive vocals that punches hard and kicks even harder, this is brutal stuff.

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