Vicious Rumors - Razorback Killers

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Release date: 28 March 2011
Style: US power metal


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01. Murderball
02. Black
03. Razorback Blade
04. Blood Stained Sunday
05. Pearl Of Wisdom
06. All I Want Is You
07. Axe To Grind
08. Let The Garden Burn
09. Rite Of Devastation
10. Deal With The Devil

Brian Allen - vocals
Thaen Rasmussen - guitars
Geoff Thorpe - guitars
Kiyoshi Morgan - guitar
Larry Howe - drums
Stephen Goodwin - bass

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28.03.2011 - 20:25
Rating: 10
Hellish Star
Fantastic release! Pure US POWER METAL with brilliant guitars, superb vocals and 10 fantastic heavy loaded tracks!

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06.04.2011 - 14:46
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Written by Hellish Star on 28.03.2011 at 20:25

Fantastic release! Pure US POWER METAL with brilliant guitars, superb vocals and 10 fantastic heavy loaded tracks!

It is definitely US power metal at it's finest! I've never heard Brian Allen sing before, but he is an awesome find. His vocals on this album are really great. And he had some huge boots to fill, after the legendary James Rivera, and of course, the legacy of Carl Albert. But he does a fine job.

There are some really amazing tracks on the album, like the storming "Murderball", and the wonderful creeping melodies of "Black". And "Rite Of Devastation" completely blew me away, with it's intensity and immense riffs! xD These guys were always horribly underrated, as when they're on top form, they are among the elite of metal bands.
06.04.2011 - 16:45
Gonna check this out.
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18.05.2016 - 16:02
Rating: 5
Quite puzzled with this album, this is not power metal at all... rather boring metal, I think I'm fine with if they wanna try something different musically and different song writing but in this case I think the band failed to produce something that's interesting. IMO this album just doesn't sound like much VR at all (except "Razorback Blade")
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11.06.2019 - 21:17
Rating: 6
JoHn DoE
Not bad but not that good kind of album

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