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Incognito Theory : “Whiskey Fueled” CD & Digital 3rd January 2020 Self Released.

Incognito Theory : "Whiskey Fueled" CD & Digital 3rd January 2020 Self Released.
Incognito Theory : "Whiskey Fueled" CD & Digital 3rd January 2020 Self Released.
Incognito Theory : "Whiskey Fueled" CD & Digital 3rd January 2020 Self Released.
Incognito Theory : “Whiskey Fueled” CD & Digital 3rd January 2020 Self Released.

Incognito Theory : “Whiskey Fueled” CD & Digital 3rd January 2020 Self Released. USA Heavy Metal band. 

Following their last effort two years ago, Ashes Divide still available as CD and digital too. The band is back is a groovy Heavy powerful tune to kick you down with pleasure. An amazing cover artwork to send you into those country sides where the heat will put you down. Down tuned guitars, heavy riffs, dancing tunes with vocals to shake your body to. A mix between Black Sabbath and Pantera but in a heavier way.

Incognito Theory managed to bring straight in the face punchy songs you will play many times. Those five songs sound perfect and flow easily in your mind like candy bars. Wah Wah solos to keep you in the mood of melty feelings , much in the veins of Zack Wylde , Hendrix style. It all goes pretty smooth giving the song a real pleasure and brings back to simple yet powerful tunes.

It has some kind of a Pop style vibe as it comes pretty good in your ears. Dave Incognito has a melodic voice that helps you enjoying the songs and you dig the lyrics. Guitarist Andrew J prussack (Dying Eyes Of Sloth) is still behind the powerful riffs that drives the machine. On the bass they once again have the amazing Mike Lepond who is playing on the album, but due to his schedule with his band is replaced by Jay Brachman (Upside Down Band NJ, Sixty Miles Down ) who come into the line up. On drum s John mosco (Sixty Miles Down ) who kicks hard to blast the groove on top of it all. 

So here we have great musicians who compose great tunes that rocks the world. It is with no doubt Incognito Theory is joining the ranks of many Metal bands. A style that is so well done you will jump into it in a second without wondering why nor how. I am the first one to say an album must have solos and here I lie saying I really dig this new album. My favorite track is by far the last one ‘Vengeance’ with that heavy Thrashy guitar intro and melodic voice.

‘A mix between Black Sabbath and Pantera but in a heavier way’

Make up your mind for yourself . Check the first song and get bewitched :

Having said all about the music style apart from today’s one, I can definitively this album is a must have. You will be playing it again and again with so much pleasure. The artwork must be in your hand not in your computer so buy the CD and help the band gaining some recognition. You can read about them in The Metal Mag interviews I had with Dave. I also reviewed several albums from his bands. 

Dedicated to music , Dave has found his way to the music after several projects. He finally comes back to the heavy side with melodic vocal lines and groovy music. This album brings a fresh air to the scene yet having the recipe of the all times great influences that give us pleasure to hear. 

Get this album now 100/100.

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The Metal Mag was born in 1998 in England, the wish to support Metal bands in the world. A magazine is readable for free with live video interviews and link to partners.

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