Come My Fanatics - Electric Wizard Reviews
Description:Genre: Hard Rock & Metal / Artist: Electric Wizard / Audio CD released 2006-05-29 at Rise Above / Disc #1 ... more
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by - written on 03/07/08 (Very useful, 32 readings)
Electric Wizard's second album really defines their unique spin on the doom metal genre, even if the follow-up 'Dopethrone' is rightly revered as their masterwork. Evidently taking the best elements from their debut release to even greater extremes, this album comprises six overlong songs based around repetition that are plagued in reverb and distortion. The band creates an effective ambience through their blaring guitar riffs and studio trickery that surely makes them very popular with drug-smoking fans. The guitars here are tuned down all the way to B, and it really shows. These songs engulf the listener in their heavy, often cacophonous crawl, and it would ... Read the complete review
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