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DEMONS OF DIRT
DEMONS OF DIRT
Killer Engine
(Hammerheart Records)
35:50min

Usually I don't like it too groovy but DEMONS... you can hardly resist! "Killer Engine" is between some Swedish sort of Thrash and real good American groove. The singer sometimes reminds me a little of a highly aggressive Phil Anselmo (PANTERA) going absolutely mad! The groovy bit sometimes even scratches the borders to Stoner Rock, always with these extreme vocals and very soon switching back to Thrash again. I've been thinking for ages why I like this CD because usually this style is not my cup of tea at all. And I don't find a satisfying conclusion. Maybe it's because DEMONS OF DIRT got balls ­ they are dirty indeed, no polished Kindergarten Metal on here. Anyway, "Killer Engine" won't end up in my playlist but it's good fun and if it's you favourite style ­ go for it!!!

Ramon Claassen

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