Integrity - _Seasons in the Size of Days_
(Victory, 1997)
by: Angel Juarbe (9 out of 10)
The latest opus from the reigning kings of Cleveland evilcore sees the band exploring deeper into lead vocalist Dwid's dark apocalyptic visions, along with probing his fascination of man's inhumanity toward man. Over the years, Integrity's sound has tightened and matured while leaving the hardcore cliches behind and becoming the full-on thrash band they've always hinted at. Sounding at many points like Slayer, the record is loaded with fat riffs, harsh death-like vocals and great breakdowns. The band is talented and Dwid's lyrics will have Christians begging for salvation. My only problem with this record is that it's too short and is barely a full-length, although there is a long and eerie surprise rounding it out. So listen close and remember that true evil lives in Cleveland. Screw Norway and their elves, get this!

(article published 7/6/1997)


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