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FROST Out In The Cold Mausoleum (2005)

Guitarist Jack Frost has crunched the riffs for amongst others Savatage and Seven Witches. Now here he releases his second solo album that sees a number of guest musicians and a mixture of original numbers and covers. Of the original numbers ex-Anthrax vocalist Neil Turbin gives a storming metal vocal performance on ‘Crucifixation’ with Frost on hand to add some pure metal riffery. Sadly Danger Danger’s Ted Poley sounds weak on ‘Wasting Your Luv’ although he does redeem himself on the Babys’ cover ‘Head First’, which closes the album. Jeff Martin (ex-Racer X/Badlands) and Paul Shortino (ex-Quiet Riot) belt out Foreigner’s ‘Cold As Ice’ whilst Mr Frost takes overt he vocal duties on .38 Special’s ‘Hang On Loosely’, putting in an assured performance.

A solid album steeped in classic metal and hard rock riffs which is certainly worthy of further investigation. An interesting choice of covers as well avoiding the obvious.


Review by Jason Ritchie

***** Out of this world | **** Pretty damn fine |
*** OK, approach with caution unless you are a fan |
** Instant bargain bin fodder | * Ugly. Just ugly

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