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Vile, Vicious & Victorious
2004
Sound Riot Records
http://www.viciousonline.tk


rating: 3/5

1. Beast
2. Trigger Needs Some Action
3. High On Fire
4. Deadicate
5. Life Corrupted
6. Deathrash
7. Boots Of Led
8. A Vicious Mind
9. The Feeder Of Evil

We got a list of cds to choose from to do a review about, we chose this band because we thought its name was rather unusual; it's sharp! To our surprise it wasn't what we expected.

This album starts off with a rather fast and catchy number, "Beast". It caught our attention right away, it changes quite often and leaps from fast to slow and the other way around. It isn't a monotonous track. The next song starts off with a funny intro. While headbanging through the room the song quickly jumps to the next track without us noticing it. What was that? You don't notice the difference between the end and the beginning of these two songs, they just seem coupled to each other. The opening solo on track 4, "Deadicate", has an eighties touch to it which is kinda cool; it changes the thrash/melodic death metal vibe. "Life Corrupted" has a very energetic beginning, it goes faster and all of a sudden slows down; this song along with most on this album, has a smooth melodic solo. While all the songs on this album begin very fast, it makes an exception at these last two songs: "A Vicious Mind" and "The Feeder Of Evil". The latter jumps from slow right away into a thrash mode and has a wicked solo to it.

This album has a mixture of melodic death and thrash metal to it and also has a very dominating guitar line, which really gives the songs a bit of an edge. The result is a very intense yet raw record. The quality of the recording on this album is very good! This album contains some nice vocal, string- and drum work on it. The solos are very clean & heavy though there could be some more variation in the vocals. All in all, it's a good record though it's not really our style.
submitted by Brian/Miche 08.05.2004

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