Review: Death Du Jour – Fragments of Perdition
National Music Reviews
Golden Lake Productions
With a silly name like that, you would expect these guys to sound like Lawnmower Death or something, but instead, it’s Finnish death metal, the old-school way—fucking heavy and fast. If you are into Drawn and Quartered, Mortician, Centinex or anything in between, you should own this release! Very old-school death metal, so you know it’s going to be better than 98 percent of the junk that’s out these days!
This review originally appeared in The Butcher’s Block, June 2005, Issue 198.