Hell's Headbangers presents the long-awaited debut of South American legends Death Yell. The band had a very short but intense life in the late-80s until they abruptly split up in 1991. Descent Into Hell not only sounds like its title, it sounds like the fiery, furious work of men half their age. Maintaining that surging, sulfurous sound of their early years but emboldened by a maturity that never threatens to dilute their maniacal rage, Death Yell hit a fever pitch early on the 10-track set and never let up, letting loose one propulsive missile after another. Their attack is finely honed, enviably executed, but never sterile; similarly, the production across the album locates the fine balance between grit and gleam, clarity and crust. Through it all, Death Yell unfurl serpentine solos that intoxicatingly create an atmosphere of eldritch rot and nameless horror. It's all completed by blasphemous cover art courtesy of Marcelo Vasco, who's also created the latest album covers of Slayer and Kreator.