|Review: Elders of the Apocalypse - The Law of Iron|
|The Law of Iron|
Label: NoVisible Scars
Year released: 2011
Review online: April 24, 2011
Reviewed by: Sargon the Terrible
for:The Law of Iron
Rated 0/5 (0%) (0 Votes)
This is a very raw, in-your-face disc of Blackened Thrash metal by a band from Knoxville of all places. This has some good points, like a lot of riffs, frenetic energy, and a cheap-assed, raw recording job that suits this kin d of stuff just fine. The vocals are a gargley bellow, and they have a lot of intensity. The bad point of this disc is pretty much: the riffs, as in - none of them are really that great. This band throws a lot of riffs at the wall, but not much of it sticks, being pretty uninspired and standard scaling and flailing. This is fun, but it doesn't have much substance.
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