Amulet : “The Inevitable War” CD 17th May 2019 Dissonance Productions . UK Heavy Metal band. Not old , only nine years and have already captivated all the worldwide audience with their sound. I saw them live few years ago, and was surprised to see such a band coming out from London where when I lived there had lots of Thrash and extreme Metal bands.
Once again Amulet shows that people still love and worship the good old eighties days! Joining the ranks of NWOBHM is not something many manage to do as it means the past. But their compositions remind well those great years that brought lots of amazing bands still here today. They recently changed the singer who is still in the melodic range that somehow keeps the vibe they had when they started.
You won’t be disappointed by this amazing band that revives the great old days with melodies and enchanting passages. An amazing cover artwork sending you into a book like story tale. With lyrics pushing the Metal Heads to head bang like mad. High pitch vocals, heavy riffs and great solos you are embarked into a madness that will steal your soul forever.
Have a listen :
So I hear you already worshiping Amulet , and yes it reminds the early Bruce Dickinson days in Iron Maiden, sometimes Rob Halford.. They are joining those new bands who keep the flame of the masters. An amazing piece of art that will stick in music history. Nine songs of passion and beauty to rule the world and could steal the fame of those grandiose bands.
It’s an impressing work and deserves respect . One song has a Spanish title, probably a touch to get some roots from the members.. which is an acoustic instrumental music part to clear the mind before the storm. “Siege Machine” , “Call of the Siren” , Poison Chalice” … a journey to pleasure. So well performed it is close to the perfection. Few samples to make it real and takes you into the whole story.
Very hard not to hear the influence here, so the addiction is straight from the second the music hits your ears. A masterpiece out of time 96/100.
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