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Leatherwolf: World Asylum

Genre: Metal
Label: N.I.L.B Records

If you like pounding, imaginatively hardcore bass riffs, with crisp, screaming dual guitar leads emerging effortlessly from the abyss of heavy metal magic, you'll like World Asylum, the latest recordings from Leatherwolf. Add the intense, sometimes strangled yet perfectly intonated vocals of Wade Black and folks, we have a package that works. Not to mention the man driving the show from the back, Dean Roberts on drums.

I am listening to this album as I speak and I could go on listening to it, getting lost in this intrinsically mature metal sound that is Leatherwolf. I pause to admire the skill of Geoff Gayer and Eric Halpern as they wield there axes in battle, Pete Perez leading the way on bass. A band of warriors that I would be proud to fight on the side of. This is one CD I will keep in my collection. 

The intriguing story expressed in "Behind The Gun" is captivating, but it's the guitars that truly tell the story. It starts with a beckoning call to listen as it steadily builds momentum. Black belts it out, “Tell me father/Were you the man/Behind the gun/last one to stand/Tell me father/Were you the one/Who killed the man/Behind the gun...” Lead guitars begin spewing a load of breaks that go off in your head ... and you continue to listen to see how the story will end. “Killing darkness so surreal/Soul to soul...” the song climaxes in the final.

World Asylum may be a fantasy beyond realization in the real world, but in the world of metal music Leatherwolf provides a safe place to hide for a while, with this disk. It's safe to enter. Buckle up and enjoy the ride!

Added: March 5th 2007
Reviewer: Zane Riddick
Related Link: Visit Leatherwolf Online
Hits: 1107


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