This is a review of another recording from U.S.A/Spain's Dead Bronco which continues their mixture of black, sludge metal, punk, goth rock, rockabilly, country, Americana and folk music and the album will be released in July by Sun & Moon Records and called "The Annunciation".
Acoustic guitars start off the album and also brings elements of folk, country, and American onto the recording. The vocals are done in mostly a clean style that is very heavily rooted in goth rock and rockabilly along with some songs also adding in a small amount of keyboards and grim black metal screams can also be heard briefly.
Some of t he heavier riffs also capture the heaviness of sludge metal while all of the musical instruments also have a very powerful sound to them. At times the music also brings in the raw energy of punk rock along with some songs also adding in guitar solos and leads
Clean playing can also be heard in some parts of the recording along with one track also introducing psychedelic rock touches onto the album as well a s the music also being more aggressive than the previous recording reviewed on one the closing track the music also speeds up and also adds in some tremolo picking, blast beats and demonic growls. The production sounds very dark while the lyrics cover dark, depressive, satanism, country life and religion themes.
In my opinion this is another great sounding recording from Dead Bronco and if you are a fan of black, sludge metal, punk, goth rock, rockabilly, country, Americana and folk music, you should check out this album. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Church of The Endless Road" "Do Us Part" "Suicide Is All I Think Of" and "The Annunciation". 8 out of 10.