|The Mezmerist stream reissued EP |
2013-10-02 by Voivod STAFF | 10 Comments
|Los Angeles, California based old school metal act The Mezmerist, are streaming their recently reissued (3/9) EP The Innocent, The Forsaken, The Guilty at the official bandcamp location of Shadow Kingdom Records.|
The EP was originally released in 1985 and the sound of the band is described by the label as a mixture of Led Zeppelin, Cirith Ungol and Mercyful Fate.
EP stream: http://shadowkingdomrecords.bandcamp.com/album/the-innocent-the-forsaken-the-guilty
Tagged: The Mezmerist
it rocks so hard
Uber-cvlt EP, I like just how quirky it is.
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after hearing the intro track, those vocals really shocked me
^^Yeah you'are absolutely right
any chance on a review of this?
If you are asking me, I'm working at different albums atm I have no time right now, maybe in the future.
Why don't you write one? ;)
no worries, maybe I can try to get something down... not sure how it will turn out though!
You won't find out unless you try it ;)
Nope, reviewed this and sorry, this pretentious BS should have stayed hidden away. Even Bill Ward doesn't do much for the first EP.
I touched upon it here. I like some weird/old shit but wasn't impressed by this at all.
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