Terrifying! Art of Dying - Balzac Reviews
Description:Artist: Balzac / Genre: Hard Rock & Metal / Label: Disc Union / Release Date: 2007
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by - written on 27/02/08 (Very useful, 14 readings)
Just when I thought Balzac's career may be on the rise as a serious punk outfit, they release the disappointing 'Terrifying! Art of Dying,' coupled up with their debut album as an excuse to avoid writing much new material. While the first album has an excuse to be lacklustre due to the band's age at that point, 'Terrifying!' comes in the wake of several experimental releases that saw Balzac trying various punk styles and evidently failing to come up with any definitive conclusions. After two wasted minutes of an introduction, 'Out of the Blue' comes out of the blue with a classic punk guitar sound and the resurgence of Misfits-style backing vocals to reveal a Balzac more Read the complete review
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