The Mouths of Madness
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Orchid are from San Francisco and what I like about them is that they've stayed loyal to the roots of doom metal and taken it back to where it was created. That's right - with Black Sabbath. And there was nothing more seminal than the output of Mr Osbourne, Butler, Ward and Iommi.
It is evident from the first track that the lead singer has based his vocal range on Ozzy Osbourne, but that isn't a problem. In fact what you have with this band is a retro sound that wouldn't be out of step with 1970, and that is where they've based themselves. Back in that era. Even right down to their dress-sense. And for that alone they have my profoundest respect.
Orchid is beyond just 'Doom Metal'. They also hint at 'Stoner Riffs', too, and I'm sure they'll get a great fan-base from that sector of the metal scale also.
Today's heavy metal has strayed away from what it's all about. Most rock bands don't even look like rock bands. In fact they look like short-haired male models that have just done a brief stint with ASOS. Many don't even sound like rock bands but dodge behind the shaky term of 'Nu Metal'.
Orchid are a breath of fresh air. They produce a real heavy metal sound and vehemently stand by it. I have bought their first two EPs on ITunes and their first two albums. And I have not had one single regret at any of those purchases.
I know they'll forever be linked and compared to Black Sabbath but that is a plus. Rhino Bucket had the same issue when they were compared to AC/DC, but so what?Read more ›
Update - Still listening to this album. This band absolutely fantastic.
I highly recommend this album to all fans of Sabbath, don't be to hard on this band enjoy it for what it is Sabbath would of wrote this album themselves it is that good. Peace and go through the "hole in the sky" \m/
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is Brilliant album filled with excellent riffs and awesome vocals catchy guitar riffs loads of BASS and nostalgic music. Read morePublished on 25 May 2014 by Cubby Kovu
This band are awesome! I love every release from this band. This is a total ode to Black Sabbath! More Sabbath than Sabbath themselves!!Published on 6 Sept. 2013 by john hoskison-parkin
Travel 'Into the Void' to a 'Wicked World' where you will meet the 'War Pigs' riding on 'Wheels of Confusion' but beware it could send you 'Paranoid'. Need I say more. Read morePublished on 24 Jun. 2013 by Nibiru
Well worth the wait,yet another superb piece of music by a fantastic band!The Sabbath have a run for there money here,Orchid!Published on 30 April 2013 by Mr. G. K. Warnock