(By Pat ‘Riot’ Whitaker, Senior Writer/Journalist, RiffRelevant.com)
May 4, 2018 – Today is the day that Milano’s DI’AUL (pronounced as “the owl” I’m told) release their fourth studio album, “Nobody’s Heaven“.
Arriving from Argonauta Records, the quartet within DI’AUL – guitarist Lele Mella, bassist/vocalist Jeremy Toma, drummer Diego Bertoni and vocalist MoMo Cinier – have crafted a dominating album. It is one firmly planted in the realm of riff-driven heavy sludge, such that’s kept low, slow(er) and riddled with rampant groovery.
In the span of these five songs, DI’AUL delve into the intense density and the power of the chug ultimately. Killer tones, gravelly vocals, battering rhythms and the undiluted beef and burl of it all combines for one solid album indeed.
“Nobody’s Heaven” from DI’AUL is available for streaming here, today, and can be purchased at the following links: