Fields of God is the third studio album from Croatian experimental band ZAYN. The band employs wide spectre of elements in their music, and if you are a fan of bands such like Cult of Luna, Enslaved, Isis, Tool, and more, I kid you not, you will make a room in your heart for this album.
Fields of God consists of modern day, relentless, in-your-face sludge riffs, and pounding rhythm section. The drums by Alen Rozman really shine through over the thrashing, heart-pounding tracks with insane sound quality and wicked speed that are easily to focal point in many of the songs.
ZAYN add this ear-popping and near hypnotic distortion to their heaviness which really adds character to the album. Although there are no vocals, the band makes up for it by a mind blowing performance.
The strong points in Fields of God is its ridiculous drumming technique and the way they make it not so repetitive on each track by playing around with wild and diverse intros and outros. Their heavy take on the already heavy genres is what makes this record a very pleasant discovery.
ZAYN currently writing songs for their next album, and if judging by this one, we can expect something really good. They also plan a small tour in 2016, so if they come near you, make sure to check them out.