There are very few bands out there that are able to be, or at least sound, as angry on their fourth album as on their first one. Craft is one of those, having managed not only to pull that off each and every time, but at the same time create albums that sound very minimalistic, very raw and very simple, without being mind-numbingly repetitive. Slayer pulled it off, still aggressive as Hell on 1988’s “South of Heaven”, and perhaps “Void” is Craft’s “South of Heaven”, as it shows that just because you focus less on speed it doesn’t mean there isn’t any less hostility to be found on board. They still dislike you.

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