Raze To Ashes - Raze To Ashes
- Artist: Raze To Ashes
- EP: Raze To Ashes
- Label: Indie
- Year of Release: 2005
- ME Rating:
- Reviewed by: hstisgod on 2007-07-11
Stuck somewhere between Coal Chamber, Iron Maiden and Motorhead is Boston, MA's Raze To Ashes. Another one of those CD's that came along and got piled up during my times with musesmuse.com, and never got its fair attention, I got around to this EP when there was only bad folk and cheesey techno around to review. Ok, maybe I'm being a bit bold. Truth is, out of four songs, ALL four songs here have balls. The vocals though a bit over manly, do have their moments. The lead track The Seven Seals, has a firm mix between Bruce Dickinson, Glenn Danzig and Chris Cornell. But its the instrumentation that saves this disc, simple and aggressive like most of the good stuff that came out of the 80's metal times. Strong full bar chords, lead guitar solos, and the ocassional loose bass fretting. Though their myspace says they are under construction, I wouldn't be surprised to see these guys pop back up under the radar. Let's hope the instrumentals continue and the vocals improve.
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on 2007-07-22 Bastard Said:
i have to agree with brian in all words with his review....i just have to...couldn't have said it better myself.