Doom's Day are a band from Quebec, Canada that plays an occult mixture of heavy and doom metal and this is a review of their 2014 album "The Devil's Eyes" which was released by PRC Music.
"The Offering" which is the first song on the album opens up with heavy guitar riffs and drums as well as some keyboards which leads up to the melodic vocals kick in along with some aggressive elements and after a couple of minutes guitar solos and leads are added into the music.
"Cathedral Of Lies" begins with heavy guitar riffs, keyboards and drums as well as some melodic guitar riffing which also leads to vocals kicking in and towards the end guitar solos and leads are added into the music along with some powerful sounding bass guitars.
"The Outsider" opens up with heavy and melodic guitar riffs, keyboards and drums and a few seconds alter vocals make their way into the music which also leads up to guitar solos and leads coming in and out of the music.
"The Devil's Eyes" which is also the title track on the album begins with heavy and dark sounding guitar riffs along with some drums and keyboards which leads up to some vocals kicking in and a minute alter guitar solos and leads start coming into the music.
"Watery Grave" starts up with evil sounding keyboards before adding in some heavy, melodic and dark sounding old school metal guitar riffs as well as some drums before bring in the clean singing melodic vocals and halfway through the song guitar solos and leads are added in briefly and also bring in more classic metal elements and the song closes with the keyboards.
"Lost Soul" kicks in with heavy guitar riffs and drums and a few seconds alter vocals start to kick in and a few seconds evil keyboards start to kick in and after a couple of minutes the music speeds up a bit along with some guitar solos and leads which also slows down the music and add in elements of doom metal.
"Ave Satanas" comes in with soft and clean acoustic guitar playing and a few seconds alter keyboards start to kick in as well as some melodic clean singing vocals shortly after that which also brings in a small amount of guitar leads.
"Crush the Cross" which is also the last song on the album starts with a bass guitar lead before adding in heavy guitar riffs, keyboards and drums as well as going into a faster direction along with some vocals and a minute alter guitar solos and leads become a part of the song.
Song lyrics cover Satanism, Luciferian, occult and Anti Christian themes, while the production has a very strong, powerful, heavy and professional sound to it.
In my opinion Doom's Day are a very great sounding occult mixture of heavy and doom metal and if you are a fan of this musical genre, you should check out this band. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Cathedral Of Lies" "The Devil's Eyes" and "Crush the Cross". RECOMMENDED BUY.