The Reaper - Grave Digger Reviews
Description:Genre: Hard Rock & Metal - Speed Metal & Thrash / Artist: Grave Digger / Audio CD released 1996-11-15 at Gun / Disc #1 ... more
The Reaper - Grave Digger ... Tracklisting
1 Tribute to Death
3 Ride On
4 Shadows of a Moonless Night
5 Play Your Game (And Kill)
6 Wedding Day
7 Spy of Mas' On
8 Under My Flag
9 Fight the Fight
10 Legion of the Lost (Pt. 2)
11 And the Devil Plays Piano
12 Ruler Mr. H.
13 Madness Continues
Newest Review: ... Grave Digger reprise their excellent, fast, shrieking heavy metal sound and even apologise to their fans in the celebratory ... more
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by - written on 14/07/08 (Very useful, 13 readings)
'The Reaper' is Grave Digger's first album of the 1990s, and their triumphant return after admittedly selling out at the end of the previous decade with a brief stint as glam metal band Digger. Returning to their old moniker and speed metal style, in the vein of Running Wild and Accept, Grave Digger reprise their excellent, fast, shrieking heavy metal sound and even apologise to their fans in the celebratory title track. A return to form was a step in the right direction, but it does bring the problem of originality, which this album doesn't concern itself with to any extent. The sound is almost entirely based in Judas Priest of the early 1980s with more than ... Read the complete review
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