Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Wargods of Metal
Genres: Pop, Rock, Metal
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A gift from the metal gods
brother_of_metal | Givataim, Israel | 08/09/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"just for you to know , sacred steel are not power metal band, sacred steel are pure heavy with speed riffs and aggressive lyircs. they are the worthy to wear the metal throne as much as manowar. the album war gods of metal opens with a dramatic
but powerfull speech. and then comes the bang!, the song- wargods of metal , heavy sound , speed riffs, loud screaming voice of gerrit - the lead singer as he shouts: "metalheads unite...now stand up and fight", you'd know this is a true metal band.I can't hear this album Specially this song without feeling an up rising to spirit and my blood run fast through my iron viens. The album is about the war we have as a true metal heads against the false army and the Deceivers of metal, you'd fine arsh calls of going out to war with swords in hand and fight till the hand against the enemy, as the song "by steel we rule" says: "by steel we rule, by steel we rule- wargods of metal , we kill for you. the album beside giving you metal powers and healing your soul also this album makes you stand proud of being a metal head from the first row, the albums is not only about chasing posers but also about the unity of the metal community, it comes to unite all the metal brotherens so they would fight together side by side and not against each other. the album ends with a tremendous song called :" heavy metal to the end", the bless of the metal gods penetrate your soul as you hear this song, with the chores: " stand and fight with sword in hand - heavy metal to the end, fight and die the gods command - heavy metal to the end", you feel like you have to go to the next store and buy a real sword and raise it with proud into the air. personally I really enjoyed this album and I suggest for you , if you are a true metal fan to purches this album as soons as possible."
Power Metal At Its Best
Tom Jankowski | Bay City, MI | 12/10/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"After purchasing the latter of this group's album "Blood Lust," I immediately had an eager urge to find this blessing, and with good reason. These guys do the "sword and sorcery" concept like no band I have ever heard, and each song is epic and fun to listen to.Though their lyrics aren't written as wordy as one of their obvious influences, Bal-Sagoth, their lyrics are much fiercer in my opinion.There is much criticizm on Gerrit's voice being so high. To me, it fits the imagery that the band is going for just fine. With ultra sharp riffs, the higher lyrical tones are reminiscent of that to that of a blade of steel shredding through the breastplate of an adversary from horseback.If you are interested in any band that really strives to keep the "metal" sound alive, or are really interested in fantasy and lore, be sure to look into this worthy album."