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Death Wolf - Lars Bjørn - 7 stars

Death Wolf

Death Wolf
(Regain Records - 2011)

Death Wolf was actually a band who saw the light of day in 2000 under the name of Devils Whorehouse, but they only released 2 albums in that time, so to spark forward their career in a new try, they made changes and altered their name to the more dangering Death Wolf. And this album is their first under the name of Death Wolf, and as simple uncomplicated head banging music it can surely be used. If you want more technical and concrete kind of metal is not Death Wolf to provide it. They do have some melodic creative skills resulting in the opening song Circle Of Abomination, quick and good traditional metal. Another very good song is Sword And Flame, great rhythm and heavy riffs that holds the quality. Wolfs Pallid Sister is the heaviest song on their album, high pressure and very nicely performed. The other material can surely be approved in the metal specter, but they lack that extra quality that will take them past the standard level.

7 stars

Lars Bjørn


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