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TIERRA SANTA ‘Indomable’ Locomotive Music (2003)

Spanish metal band, who have released four albums since forming in 1997. The line-up consists of vocalist/guitarist Angel, guitarist Arturo, bass player Roberto and drummer Inak. Can’t tell you what is going on lyrically as the band sing in their native language (and more power to them for doing so!), but musically this hits the spot for Maiden/Priest fans! There is the galloping metal of the title track and ‘Hamlet’ -very Helloween in parts.

Slower numbers also work like ‘Quien Ilora Hoy Por Ti’, with its brooding guitar riffs. Angel’s vocals are stepped in the classic metal tradition, lots of power in the delivery and able to change tempo at the drop of a hat. Saxon and Manowar fans will enjoy the battle tunes of ‘Coro de Guerreros’ and ‘Las Walkinas’, complete with duelling guitars. ‘Las Puertas del Infierno’ contains a very catchy chorus - a nice piece of melodic metal.

Obviously a very talented metal band and they have the quality of songs on this album to make a big impact.



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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