SORCERER (ARG) – Incantation

SORCERER (ARG) – Incantation
Label(s):
Eat Metal Records
Released Year:
2018
Type:
EP
Tracklist:
1. The Phoenix On The Sword (4:42)2. Lucifer's Command (4:08)3. Facing Up The Storm (3:59)4. Start The Fire (3:44)5. Feel My Hate (5:24)6. Legend Of Steel (6:34)

Absolutely ground breaking steel we can discover on this EP by Argentinian Sorcerer. We can somehow ignore the fact that they are not aware of the Epic Doomsters Sorcerer and focus on the band’s music.

They build their sold song basis under strong riffing played the technical US Metal way, bringing into mind bands like Sanctuary or Metal Church. Songs in mid tempos that would go faster when they have to. A real comfortable mission fi you have THIS rhythm section on your obscure Sorcerer band.

And of course no one can ignore the vocals. Yes the vocals are the strongest feature in here. We are mostly dealing with a mixture of Tyrant / Howe. and it is this particular mixture and those particular vocal lines that are used, that actually take the songs on sky high levels.

Sorcerer got balls. And they got talent, and they deliver their Metal straight, loud and clear. and we sure need such releases. So if you are still into the quest searching some amazingly performed and inspired US Metal -even played by a band not from the US, if you still after real riffing and vocals that would stick into your mind, give Sorcerer a chance.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sorcerer.argentina/

Bandcamp: https://sorcererheavymetal.bandcamp.com/releases

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