I liked this thorough and insightful review:
When listening to this album, a repugnant air permeates constantly throughout “Infernal Warriors of Death”’s duration, in a similar vibe to Obituary’s “Cause of Death” or Incantation’s “Onward to Golgotha”, although the album is far from a mere rehashing of classics. The gut-wrenchingly low guitar tone is enough to level those without proper preparation, while the blasphemous vocal assault of Lord Apollyon represents an ideal archetype of its genre. The riffing style of Wes Infernal, previously a guitar player for Texas legends Imprecation, concentrates on a more “meat-and-potatoes” style of playing that removes any excesses in favor of a disgusting assault on the eardrums, without any hints of “modern metal” clichés such as overuse of breakdowns or soulless guitar noodling. The rhythm section of Joe Necro (bass) and Matt Mayhem (drums) keep in-the-pocket over the course of the entire album, maintaining a blasphemous beat that compliments the guitar riffing. Lord Apollyon utilizes an echoed effect on many of the album’s songs, which only adds to the old-school vibe of the album. – Texas metal reviews: Blaspherian, “Infernal Warriors of Death” on Examiner.com
Between this album, recent BEHERIT, the new DEMONCY, the last and next DIVINE EVE, recent BAHIMIRON and ASPHYX material, we see how old school underground metal not only remains alive but advancing.