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|4.5 superb||dormisher | November 15th 18|
This is my fav Gama Bomb album since Citizen Brain. There seems to be a larger dash of Priest style NWOBHM on this album which I appreciate immensely. Bring out the monster and give me leather sound like they could be Painkiller era Priest and I love it.
|3.5 great||TheNotrap | October 15th 18|
Enjoyable crossover thrash revival, with one of the most interesting vocals within the genre. Highlights: Give Me Leather and Bring Out the Monster.
|3.7 great||Voivod STAFF | October 14th 18|
What's least expected of Gama Bomb on their 6th album is reinventing the wheel as far as their favourite genres combo goes, what's vehemently expected of them though time and again, is the secretion of relentless energy in everything they put out. Their new album's speed/thrash/crossover hybrid takes no prisoners all the way through, firstly in terms of the instantly appreciable album art and title, the latter a spot on pun on the endless delivery of the aforementioned genre amalgam, when played right. Although Gama Bomb consciously sacrifice song writing diversity for the sake of merely speeding with their instruments and vox, they actually manage making a certain dent due to the singer's powerful Elsworth(with vibrato)/Belladona/Rind vocal style and a couple of tunes (at least) that stem from the lot whatsoever. Favourite tracks: 666teen, Motorgeist. Album is streaming at open.spotify.com
|3.5 great||Tasty | June 4th 19|
|4.0 excellent||Korpcun | March 8th 19|
|3.5 great||Surtur | October 30th 18|
|4.0 excellent||Mitch | October 24th 18|
|3.0 good||Jeejee | October 12th 18|
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