Label: Spinefarm Records - SPI 320 CD • Format: CD Album, Promo • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Heavy Metal
Actually, they've been around since cutting demos, suffering through personnel changes and label rejection Century Media. Only recently In the spring ofAgonizer finally inked a record deal with the prestigious Spinefarm Records in their native land.
Agonizer has been suffering in obscurity far too long: this is a great debut, a great metal album! This work has everything: strong, gritty metal vocals, great guitar work, a steaming rhythm section, glistening keyboards and great songs. The songs are full of twists and turns, melody, and great choruses. The production is sound: crisp and clear.
All this adds up to a sterling entrance into the metal genre that is ガゼット* - 蛾蟇 enjoyable.
These songs thunder along with strength tempered by catchy melodies and fresh guitar solos. However, the best is yet to come. Truly great metal! Indeed, as I said earlier, obscurity is no place for Agonizer. These guys, this band, is very good. Definitely, a Hazardous - Agonizer - Birth / The End buy. Formed a mere three years ago by vocalist Mike Stark and rhythm guitarist Tommi Korkeamaki, the duo began methodically recruiting like-minded metal enthusiasts to create Stormburner.
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