Scarlet Anger
Dark Reign


5.0
classic

Review

by Anibal USER (1 Reviews)
May 18th, 2012 | 3 replies | 1,327 views


Release Date: 2011 | Tracklist

Review Summary: I have to say this is the "Album of the year" to me! Everyone has to listen to "Dark Reign"! Every track is something special! The whole concept is amazing! The artwork looks just awesome! For every thrasher outthere, support the guys from "Scarlet Anger"

Scarlet Anger didn’t take long to make themselves a household name in the Luxembourgish metal scene, but now they are ready to act on an international scale. Their first longplayer Dark Reign sounds very professionally, which should be expected, as the mastering was done by Annihilator mastermind Jeff Waters.

And that’s exactly the cue: Scarlet Anger play, just like Annihilator, old school thrash metal the way it was popular between 1985 and 1995, and this genre hasn’t lost any of its initial charm. Other influences might be Slayer, Kreator and Metal Church, which speaks for the undeniable quality of the band. The songs are well thought through and convince with the right dose of brutality. There’s also plenty of pace changes, as Scarlet Anger are not afraid to allow for some quieter and melodic moments.


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ThroneOfAgony
May 18th 2012



3485 Comments


I'm guessing that you wrote this in 30 seconds

ZedO
May 18th 2012



1096 Comments


Congratulation on your debut review!

For your next review, try to elaborate more details such as reason why you like or hate an album,
actual player's musicality, album concept, lyrics, etc. I suggest you to read two or three sputnik's
staffs reviews before you write down on your own...

BallsToTheWall
May 18th 2012



44164 Comments


Clowns scare me so i'll avoid this.



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