Dark Black - The Barbarian's Hammer


Year of Release: 2005
Label: Hot Dog City Records
Catalog Number: n/a
Format: CD
Total Time: 00:20:05

Evaluation:

I trembled as opened the package containing the new Dark Black disc ? my trepidation rose as I scanned the libretto, wanting to read the missive I now clutched in my sweaty hand, but knowing that I had to listen to the message first ? I dropped the disc on my first attempt to load it into the player, but managed to save the CD from hitting the floor by prostrating myself?

In the scant moments before the apocalypse, I silently prayed ? prayed that I was worthy, that I could justify being chosen to accept the awesome responsibility before me ? my eyes faded to black as the Barbarian's Hammer fell?.

Analysis:

I am too awestruck to speak, let alone write.

Rating:

5 /5 (the plus is for the band photo)

Summary:

I hope that Tim, Ant and Carl have legal representation that have "huevos" at least half as large as theirs because Nigel, Derek and David are going to be pissed?

[We can gather then that Jan-Mikael's "ears" liked what he heard from this Pennsylvania-based metal trio. -ed.]


Tracklisting:
Wizardman / Bracers Of The Eagle's Talon / The Warhammer / A Tale Of Vengeance / Axestorm

Musicians:
Tim - vocals, bass guitar
Ant - lead and rhythm guitars
Carl Carlson - drums

Discography:
The Barbarian's Hammer (2005)

Genre: Progressive-Power Metal

Origin US

Added: January 5th 2006
Reviewer: Jan-Mikael Erakare
Score:
Artist website: www.myspace.com/darkblack
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Language: english

  

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