Hammers Of Misfortune - 17th Street

7.4 | 24 votes |
Release date: 25 October 2011
Style: Progressive metal


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01. 317
02. 17th Street
03. The Grain
04. Staring (The 31st Floor)
05. The Day The City Died
06. Romance Valley
07. Summer Tears
08. Grey Wednesday
09. Going Somewhere

Staff review by
Doc G.
Hammers Of Misfortune; yes, more commonly known as "that band that used to have that main dude from Slough Feg in it." This band is incredibly eclectic prog-rock that covers quite a bit of ground; ranging from your typical 70's pompish prog to doom, with a few glimpses of old school Misfits-esque horror punk moments. It's something that is quite astonishing upon first listen. Astonishing then turns to overwhelming. Overwhelming turns to irritating. Sure enough, after a fair amount of plays through, this ain't the same album you listened to the first time around.

published 05.11.2011 | Comments (8)

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28.10.2011 - 09:06
Totemic Lust
I'm liking this upon first listen...

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