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KINRICK 'Sense Your Darkness'
Majestic Rock MAJCD056 (2005)

This hard rock album, almost aggressive in places, is an excellent slab. With all the songs written by producer David T Chastain, the sound is very heavy and pretty fluid, with emphasis on Corbin Kingís excellent guitar work.

Stephen Fredrickís vocals are rough but do show some range. In places thereís an element of Graham Bonnet in his Blackthorn era, only a lot rougher.

Tracks like 'Dressed Up As God' do show some interesting rhythms, but elsewhere itís a solid metal album with nothing standing out too much. The drums are at the slow end of Judas Priest too.

If you like your metal heavy and modern without stooping to the nu-metal crap, youíll love this.

****

Review by Joe Geesin




***** 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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