Rites of Passage

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Nom du groupe Hamerex
Nom de l'album Rites of Passage
Type Album
Date de parution 30 Janvier 2012
Labels Casket Music
Style MusicalHeavy Metal
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Tracklist

1. Aftershocks of Death 03:30
2. The Headless Horseman 03:08
3. Stalker 02:49
4. Hypnotise 04:29
5. The Lycan 04:40
6. Rites of Passage 08:00
7. Army of Darkness 04:37
8. To the End 03:25
9. The Gates of Hades 06:30
10. Waste Away 06:35
Total playing time 47:43


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Chronique @ metalwahine

08 Janvier 2012

The guitar solo shows they know how to shred but still hold a decent amount of structure and technicality.

Done in traditional heavy metal style, Hamerex is back for the attack with latest album, “Rites of Passage”. Not being new on the scene at all, Hamerex have released a number of demos and EPs so it’s nice to see them finally release a full-length album and a damn good one at that. They manage to hone into that old school metal vibe while still having their own distinct sound. Chris Houles vocals are powerful and they come in strong with the first track, “Aftershocks of Death”. The album as a whole contains a great amount of high energy with some killer old school thrash metal riffing done by Steve Blower and Joe Wilson.
“Stalker” holds a nice bass intro before Chris comes in with full brutality on the vocals and chugs along at a pace that has you banging your head along with it. The guitar solo shows they know how to shred but still hold a decent amount of structure and technicality. “Hypnotise” is done in traditional British heavy metal style along the likes of the great Judas Priest. “The Lycan” is a great track but the vocals are a bit strained here and it sounds like Chris is going above his vocal range which might throw you off a bit but you’ll still want to give it a listen. He does have some great growls and guttural vocals here as well.
Coming in with a mellow acoustic intro, the self-titled track almost goes into that doom-metal territory but still manages to keep their signature thrash edge that keeps it balanced. “Army of Darkness” holds a sense of evil that captivates you with the riffs played in the background as well as Chris’s brooding vocals. “Waste Away” closes out the album perfectly with a great solo and more of Chris’s guttural vocals.
All in all I would say “Rites of Passage” is an impressive album seeing as this is their first full-length and definitely worth picking up. I look forward to see what they have in store for us in the future!

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hack - 06 Avril 2012: I just bought the download today. This album really kicks ass. There are so many killer songs on it. Even the 3 remake songs from their EP, sound very intense for the Heavy Metal genre. They have established their own distinct sound with this album, like you said. I listened to it twice so far and I really like it. Thanks for your nice review.
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