One By One the Wicked Fall
8/17/2007 - Review by: Frank Hill
Warbringer - One By One the Wicked Fall - 2006 - indy
Warbringer is a time-transplanted, old-school thrash assault with a dual quality that is rarely achieved--it's both out of control and precise. The big drums and twin guitar attack is rapid, highly-skilled and for 24+ minutes it speeds along at a pace that is just about to go off its hinges into a chasm of wreckage, but they hold it all together with youthful vigor. It retains it's lowbrow feel with garage gang-chants and the venomous spews of lead vocalist, John Kevill, aside the rather loud production. Rather than taking an anti-establishment route, they cover the traditional topics of war, killing and more war, a fairly limited topic range that is acceptable with a short EP. Hopefully, Warbringer will show us more of the talent they have and bring their battle prowess to more fields.
Century Media took notice and recently added the band to it's roster and what a great pick up it was.
Bottom Line: Break out your bullet-belts and fire your guns!
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