Album Reviews

Wolfpakk - Cry Wolf

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When you have so many guest musicians (see below) on a single project (the second one for the Voss/Sweeney duo), there’s a certain anxiety whether the result will be entertaining enough. Thankfully, “Cry Wolf” is better than 2011’s debut and I think WOLFPAKK has a reason to smile after this release.

Written by Grigoris Chronis Monday, 07 October 2013 22:07

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Find Me - Wings Of Love

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FIND ME sees the collaboration between musician/songwriter/producer Daniel Flores (ISSA, THE MURDER OF MY SWEET, SEVENTH WONDER) and one of the most underrated vocalists the AOR scene has seen the last years, Robbie LaBlanc (BLANC FACES). I do not know if this is a one-off scenario, but with an album like “Wings Of Love”, we better hope a normal band will exist in the future.

Written by Grigoris Chronis Monday, 07 October 2013 22:05

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Outer Gods - Light Dims Eternal

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I guess we all agree that Noise/Drone is a difficult to listen genre and certainly not anyone’s mug of beer. I think it is required to have wide open musical horizons and a pair of ears able to filter out the noise and let you enjoy the melodies behind the apparent incomprehensible racket. This is kind of the situation with the debut album from the US-based OUTER GODS, although I think the music here is more Noise/ambient oriented. Unfortunately, there is no info about the birth of OUTER GODS apart from the names of the two members: The Wrathe and The Flail.

Written by Minos Dokopoulos Monday, 07 October 2013 22:03

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Mael Mórdha - Damned When Dead

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Once you have felt under your skin MAEL MÓRDHA’s sound, there is no turning back; since 1999 the Irish Folk Gaelic metallers have been producing their own brand by combining traditional Doom Metal tinged in mournful atmosphere with Irish folk melodies, crushing guitars, and desperate, full of spite vocals and the result is irresistibly addictive, especially if you have a sweet tooth for epic sounds, tin whistles, long-haired face-painted warriors and lots, lots of blood. And now, three years after 2010’s “Manannán”, MAEL MÓRDHA are back in the crime scene with their most vivid opus to date, the epic-named “Damned When Dead”.

Written by Maria Voutiriadou Thursday, 03 October 2013 20:30

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