Album Review Laster - Ons Vrije Fatum

06/03/2017 22:12

Laster – Ons Vrije Fatum

Album Review by Dirk Kremers | Dutch Brutal/Death/Metal/Thrash

Rating: 85/100

After the releases 'Wijsgeer&Narreman (published: April 13, 2012), De Verste Verte Is Hier (1 November 2014) & Verderlicht Verraad (6 May 2016) Laster has now arrived at a new album called; Ons Vrije Fatum.The band describes the genre they play themselves as obscure dance music, yet the music genre in terms of the new album which alternately. Moreover, texts written in Dutch, musically further also hear a blend of a touch of black metal, post-rock and jazz. The album is very dark and takes you to a dark side, the vocals are combined with screaming and clean vocals. The album can be heard clear that Laster has its own style of music they make so unique. The plate is very strong and does not sound continuously monotonous, so be quick raw and swinging guitar riffs and drums combined with saxophone sounds.I personally find it a very good release, the album is clearly audible and felt everything just right. A character so real craftsmanship, including the artwork of ‘Ons Vrije Fatum' looks fine. The artwork leaves a deep impression impressive and features the dark side of Slander. In short, there has been added a good subsequent album, one that you definitely need to have in your collection. For those who love screaming and clean vocals combined with a mix of black metal, post-rock, obscure dance music as the band describes themselves and experimental influences is certainly listening and worth trying.

Release date: 01/09/2017 | Label: Dunkelheit Produktionen



1.            Ons vrije Fatum

2.            Binnenstebuiten

3.            Bitterzoet

4.            Helemaal Naar Huis

5.            De Tijd Vóór

6.            De Roes Na

7.            Er Wordt Op Mij Gewacht