Mr. S. A. Walker

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Location: East Mids, England


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Minas Morgul ~ Summoning
Minas Morgul ~ Summoning
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
First of all it is worth noting that the album was produced in 1995, and as many fans of Black Metal will attest, production quality of such recordings at the time seem to have started off on the poorer side of things. However this is not such an example, and Minas Morgul has a clearer aspect to its production that makes it easier on the ear.
The album, as do many from the Summoning discography, takes from the work of JRR Tolkien and translates it into a musical format. Try not to think too much about the LoTR OST when you buy this, because the two are worlds apart, not least because the album was devised solely by Protector and Silenius (with due credit to Tolkien too). Think less… Read more
The Way Of The Fist ~ Five Finger Death Punch
The Way Of The Fist ~ Five Finger Death Punch
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
From the first track of this album, it's very clear what you're getting from this LA-based band and their debut offering. Despite effortlessly combining the signature sounds of Slipknot, System of a Down and Pantera, 5FDP have come away from this album with a sound that is instantly recogniseable as their own. The album incorporates a broad range of styles throughout, from the slower metallic balladry of 'The Bleeding', the breakneck, thrashy pace of the titular track 'Way of the Fist', and a loud and triumphant stomping in the form of the single 'Never Enough'.

For those with slightly less adventurous musical tastes, this album is a definite contender for the attention, with… Read more

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