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|3.5 great||manosg STAFF | October 10th 17|
Necromandus is a highly interesting case of a band almost like countless others who had the talent but never made it. The significant difference, however, is that these guys finally made it almost 45 years after releasing their unofficial debut. Formed in the '70s, they were discovered and supported by legendary guitarist Tony Iommi who helped them record Orexis of Death and actually played on the album's title track. Necromandus is actually the band's original debut even though it features only the original drummer since every other member of the initial lineup has passed. Featuring a beautiful album cover, the LP consists of modernized proto-metal with a nice twist in the form of progressive touches and of course various blues elements. The vocalist will bring to mind Ozzy Osbourne of the Vol.4/Sabotage era and the guitar playing is very good as well. It would be very interesting to listen to these guys move towards a heavier sound, like Pentagram for example, as I strongly believe that they have what it takes to pull it off.
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