Enslain Magazine Issue #8
If one would dissect their name, the 'deadly' could refer to the sharpness of the mid-ranged guitars, and the 'dark' representing the predominance and depth of the bass elements that give the doomy presence that this slowed down death metal relies upon. This tape has it's interesting moments, and its more crushingly doom-laden moments, and with the addition of the muffled/distorted vocals, this Mexican band completes its identity. But having recorded their first demo over a decade ago, you'd assume that if Deadly Dark was going to make a name for themselves, it would have happened by now. With better production and some tuning-up of the weaker moments, this well-written demo would stand a better chance of breaking into this competitive scene.
-- Lady Enslain