Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Live at the Inferno
Genres: Pop, Rock, Metal
No Description Available No Track Information Available Media Type: CD Artist: RAVEN Title: LIVE AT THE INFERNO Street Release Date: 02/23/1996
No Description Available
No Track Information Available
Media Type: CD
Title: LIVE AT THE INFERNO
Street Release Date: 02/23/1996
Noisy, thrashy, trashy Metal...gotta love it
Meteor | North America | 11/23/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I loved Raven as a teenager in 1983 when I got the "All For One" album. This is a great, loud, live album without a hint of subtlety, just as powerful as stablemates like Venom without all the silly Satanic dreck."
Raven!!!! This bands kills all the others w/ Sheer Power!!!
Dominic Cappelletti | Sykesville, MD (USA) | 09/30/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I have known about this band since they came onto the scene in 1981. NWOBHM RULES!. I saw them live every single time they came anywhere within 3 states of where I live in Maryland. They are amazing live and the new album "ONE FOR ALL" reminds me of them in the hayday of Crash, Bang, Wallop and Wiped out... I remember they were so nuts on stage (the brothers, Gallagher) use to run at opposite end of the stage and smash into each other while playing and never missed a note. If any one wants to chat or drop me a line on Raven, feel free.... Or if you have any bootlegs and want to trade let me know.... LIVE AT THE INFERNO, FOREVER!!!!!!"
An Energetic Document of 80's Metal Scene
rootwitch | 04/25/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"In this live album, the Gallagher Bros. and the insanely proficient drummer Wacko! deliver an astounding performance that clearly shows what the metal scene of the 80's has lost since it left the underground. Here, you'll find a set of furious, to-the-point songs delivered with honesty and sheer power, qualities that the bands who embraced mainstream forgot along the way. Contemporary metal acts chose to forget the rich heritage of the early 80's and embraced more "cerebral" musical stylings, or even worse, pushed the envelope of genre crossover to the point where no musical identity was left. That should be a positive sign, but somewhere along this evolutive path something went wrong and we're left with results that please the radio programmers much more than the (often fanatical) metal audiences. So, if you're looking for an honest testimony of the 80's scene, look no further than this album...and forget the current 6-month wonders that shall be forgotten when the next "big thing" comes along."