Weaponizer are band from Denver, Colorado that plays a mixture of war, raw black metal, thrash and crossover and this is a review of their 2017 album "Lawless Age" which was released by 20 Buck Spin.
Drum beats and thrash style riffing starts off the album along with some d beats a few seconds later and you can also hear all of the musical instruments that are present on the recording and after awhile the music goes into a very fast war metal direction along with a great amount of blast beats.
Vocals are a mixture of high pitched black metal screams and deep growls while t he tremolo picking also gives the songs a more raw feeling along with the riffs also bringing in a decent amount of melody and throughout the recording you can hear a great mixture of slow, mid paced and fast parts.
When solos and leads are utilized they bring in more of an old school metal/punk feeling while the music has influences from a variety of many different extreme metal genres from the 80's up to the modern era and a couple of tracks also brings in a brief use of spoken word and movie samples and they also close the album with a cover of English Dogs "World War 2".
Weaponizer plays a musical style that takes war and raw black metal and mixes it with thrash and crossover to create a very heavy recording, the production sounds very powerful while the lyrics cover war, violence and post apocalyptic themes.
In my opinion Weaponizer are a very great sounding mixture of war, black metal, thrash and crossover and if you are a fan of those musical genres, you should check out this band. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Malefactor" "Rattenkrieg" Lawless Age" and "Temple Of The Iron Skull". 8 out of 10.