Hour of the Wolf


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Frederick Squier Reminds me of early Testament Thrash. 5 horns up on this one. Lots of great music with no weak songs in the mix at all. Favorite track: Resurrect the Sorrow.
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FDJ Powerful stoner metal with more than a hint of old school in it's groove.The vocals are mostly clean but raw and there are enough thick meaty riffs to shake a mountain. Recommended listening for any serious metalhead. Favorite track: Unholy Divine.
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Using stone-heavy handed riffing, barbaric percussive destruction and brooding, occult-inspired vocals by singer Alex Dementia, NYC's The Resurrection Sorrow has trademarked a hooking catchiness not easily ignored. With homage being paid to the NWOBHM oracles of 1970's England, the Bay Area of the 80's and a hint of early 90's Seattle, The Resurrection Sorrow has taken the torch from its predecessors and is taking it further into the cave. Riding high on their debut full-length “Hour of the Wolf”, the band spent the majority of 2010 on the road and built a reputation for their commanding performances. Former Metal Edge editor Phil Freeman declared 'Hour of the Wolf' the best metal record of 2010.


released January 1, 2006


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