'Tme is actually VINTERSORG without Vintersorg and the first band on the new label Aphotic Records. The singer in this case is called Andreas Stenlund, not Andreas Hedlund. Besides him you get VINTERSORG guitarist Mattias Marklund, bassist Johan Lindgren and drummer Benny Hägglund. Man, lots of people's names end with lund there. ;-) But this is more than just VINTERSORG without Vintersorg. No Folk stuff here, not in the least. Nope, you get uncompromised, straight-in-your-face, more-vicious-than-[insert object or wild animal] Death/Thrash Metal. Like Andreas Hedlund, Andreas Stenlund knows how to use the brutal side of his voice. He's supported by a brutal trio, or at least a trio that knows how to bring brutal music. I'm not going to detail every song, as the recipe is overall the same. Spread over this debut, called 'Worlds Collide' and available on the 15th of May, the mix of Death Metal vocals and drums, Thrash Metal riffs and drums and occasionally some Black Metal grooves result in a stew that many fans of this music will love. The fantastic production, the variety in guitar- and especially drumwork (check those tom rolls and double bass violence) and not in the least the passion of these mucisians makes this album a joy to listen. It's sheer brutality comes in handy for the times you need to vent your anger or need extra energy to face new 'dangers' at work or in school or any other situation. Songs that stand out: all of them, but particulary 'The Worlds Collide', 'Flesh And Blood' (has some GOD DETHRONED influences), 'Mankinds Last Cleansing', 'Piece By Piece' and 'Face The Fist' (fast double-bass part reminds of MACHINE HEAD's 'None But My Own', which I like a lot!). Want to hear the lethal side of VINTERSORG? Tme will gladly show you. This is more than one collision of worlds, it's an unstoppable chainreaction.' - Thoughts of Metal webzine.