- There is power in evil! sounds like a line from Carl Th. Dreyer's bleak masterpiece ’day of Wrath’.
The Danish metal band Generation reuses the line in the song with the same title, and now fortifies the bysbørnene in the Demon Head, that there is something to it.
The shady quintet is more demonic than ever on their third album, ’Hellfire Ocean Void. At the same time have Demon Head never sounded more powerful.
the Band's murky blend of betonrock and heavy metal strikes sparks on the ongoing ’The Night Is Yours’ and the epic ’In the Hour of the Wolf’, while djævleynglen conjures up more shades of black on the final ’Mercury & Sulphur’, which extends over more than eight minutes.
the Demon Head doing music with vampyrtænder, but Marcus Ferreira Larsen's halsløse galpen is often scary in the wrong way, and generally if you lack a more uafrysteligt bite in the group's riffdominerede compositions, where ambitions exceed abilities.
nevertheless, continued the band with a contagious bravura in the midst of all their flintrende madness and heroic guitarfræs, so you are pretty well entertained, when they take the embrace with none other than the devil's music.
The evil does not lose the power of my fists on the Demon Head.
the Cover to the Demon Heads 40 minutes long 'Hellfire Ocean Void', which is mastered by Flemming Rasmussen.