Album Reviews

Flying Colors - Second Nature

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As much as I hate the term “super-group”, it’s quite impossible to avoid it when dealing with FLYING COLORS no matter your music genre preferences (whether you are strictly a metalhead or you have a broader ear). I mean, a short internet research is enough to reveal the rich biographies of the musicians that make this band’s or project’s lineup, so yeah, the standards and the expectations are already set really high. Judging by the success of the FLYING COLORS self-titled debut, then “Second Nature” should not be a surprise, although there are many examples when a “stellar” lineup fails to find the right music composing chemistry, but in this case everything has fallen into place and to me this album is even better, so allow me to tell you why.

Written by Dimitris Kontogeorgakos Thursday, 11 September 2014 14:38

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Onkel Tom - H.E.L.D.

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I knew that Tom Angelripper had a side project but I had never listened to any album by this outfit. This band has been active for nearly 20 years however, and it seems to be a personal shelter for Tom apart from his usual SODOM activities. “H.E.L.D.” is the sixth studio recording by ONKEL TOM and things are pretty simple in here.

Written by Grigoris Chronis Thursday, 11 September 2014 14:31

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Cardinals Folly - Our Cult Continues!

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I guess you agree that August is not a Doom friendly month at all, with all the sun, the vacations and whatnot going on, but there were a couple of worthy releases during this relaxing period of time like CARDINALS FOLLY’s sophomore full length, entitled “Our Cult Continues!”, so let me tell you why.

Written by Maria Voutiriadou Thursday, 11 September 2014 14:23

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Purple Hill Witch - Purple Hill Witch

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I do love Doom Metal and any sub-genre of it but there must be some elements to trigger me. In fact, this goes for any style of Metal really. So what do we have here? Norwegian PURPLE HILL WITCH’s self-titled debut album. It is a slow grinding album which leans a bit towards the Stoner genre but mainly stands in the BLACK SABBATH style, riff oriented Metal genre.

Written by Erika Wallberg Thursday, 11 September 2014 14:21

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