Artillery

Artillery-Terror Squad

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“The Challenge,” starts things off with a big, bold declaration. The riffs in this song are phenomenal and they keep the game going strong. “In The Trash,” delivers more heaviness and some melody to keep things very interesting. “Terror Squad,” a riff mash up that delivers some seriously heavy monsters. “Let There Be Sin,” keeps things interesting with some shifts and changes, and it pushes to another level.

“Hunger and Greed,” deliver pain and torment and then they make the hammer blow come down. “Therapy,” is an interesting song, it delivers the changing melodies and the painful growth. “At War with Science,” takes a middle finger to everything in a blistering riff engaged mash up. “Decapitation of Deviants,” moves with thunderous applause.

The album is out on 22nd February via Dissonance Productions.

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Artillery

Artillery-Fear Of Tomorrow

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Artillery, are a legendary band, with some seriously powerful material in their repertoire. They are a band to be admired and emulated.

Here, we see their founding constitution laid down in Fear of Tomorrow.

“Time Has Come,” is brutal right from the first shots of the machine gun to the driving of the riffs, and the barrelling screams of the vocals. “The Almighty,” a brutal riff based monster that brings out the moshing legends. “Show Your Hate,” a song that ventures one way and another before bringing the edge down quite firmly. “King, Thy Name is Slayer,” is a pounding song that brings about some very interesting moments.

“Out of the Sky,” snarls and slays with a pounding riff and some fascinating melodies. “Into The Universe,” takes things this way and that, and delivers some hellblazing truants. “The Eternal War,” is a deliverance into evil and metal at its most purest form. “Fear of Tomorrow,” keeps the pounding going, not letting go for one moment. “Deeds of Darkness,” takes things to another level, shifting and changing.

The album is out on 22nd February via Dissonance Productions.

Artillery

Artillery-The Face Of Fear Review

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“The Face Of Fear,” starts with a driving riff, and barrels into being an absolute monster of a song. The vocals are arranged perfectly, snaking around the world and then bringing something more to the party. “Crossroads To Conspiracy,” a slow moving number that brings some serious grit and determination to the fore alongside some interesting melodical arrangements. “New Rage,” a galloping monster that brings some interesting viewpoints to the fore. “Sworn Utopia,” delivers a blast and a smash to the face. “Through The Ages Of Atrocity,” moves and grooves, delivering a blow and a snarl. “Thirst For The Worst,” an anthem and a half, bringing about some fascinating changes.

“Pain,” is an anthem, starting slowly and then getting heavier. “Under Water,” ventures this way and that, bringing some dynamic changes. “Preaching To The Converted,” blasts out of the speakers like a madman, snarling, growling and destroying all who come before it. “Mind Of No Return,” a rocker with a solid thumping. “Doctor Evil,” combines a mixture of elements and ensures that the listener is hooked from the get go.

The album is out on 16th November via Metal Blade Records.