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WARFARE Metal Anarchy Sanctuary (2007)


Post NWoBHM punk metal which is summed up well by both album title and opening track 'Electric Mayhem'.

Centred round the talents of vocalist/drummer Evo Geordie (ex Angelic Upstarts), the band also featured bassist Falken and guitarist Gunner. Signing to Neat in 1984, Metal Anarchy was in fact the band’s second album. Produced by Motorhead’s Lemmy (alongside Guy Bidmead), the album also features new ‘Head signing Wurzel.

The album is a bit of a mixed bag, but is overall as heavy as hell. The track 'Warfare' sums up things up well, going from one extreme to another and back again. One moment there’s the cement mixer metal of Tank mixed with the neutron bomb and sludge of Venom, before you get the clean fast solos you’d expect from Raven or Jaguar.

Evo himself starts off the sleevenotes, before the usual classic rock fare. Seven bonus cuts will appeal to the die-hard fan, but the album will appeal to fans who like metal as heavy as possible without going extreme.

Nice package but not the most classic metal around.


Review by Joe Geesin

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***** 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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