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All Hell - The Red Sect

All Hell
The Red Sect
by Marcos "Big Daddy" Garcia at 27 October 2015, 10:10 AM

If some newcomer into Metal could understand how boring is to hear a Dolly Clone, they'd never dream of having a band.

Once more, I have to speak the same thing: the main question is not to play something from the past, I truly accept it, but the lack of personality is something unforgivable. No, it's not granted to anyone the permission to try to be as their idols, because they already exist (or existed), so their music does not deserve not be profaned in these ways many are doing nowadays. And sorry to say, but the North American trio ALL HELL is nothing more than a clone, and I just can't believe that they are releasing their second album, "The Red Sect".

Man, again someone is trying to sound as HELLHAMMER/CELTIC FROST and with some influences from POSSESSED in some moments as well, and once more, it's a complete waste of time and money (time and money from themselves). No, there's nothing in this band that really is different that was done many times in the past. The tempos, tunes on musical instruments, all is completely cloning. There's not even a shred of personality presented on this album. Sorry to ask, but what you are about, guys?

The sound quality is not so bad, being clear and harsh in the ways the band needs, but it is trying to sound as "Morbid Tales" or "Apocalyptic Raids" sound. Please, leave this romantic view from the past in the trash can!

I really tried many times to catch something really different on "The Red Sect", but to me, it was a complete waste of my time. The resemblances are too strong, and to me, as songs as "Crossroads", "Blood for the Baron", and "In My Command" can show, there isn't a single trace of a personality pulsing under their musical work. All is boring in their mix between Black Metal with Thrash and Hardcore insights. My dear readers must pardon me, but this album can be good only to those with minds infested with mold and love this trend that infests Metal actually.

All that is left to say is: guys, are you really proud of being a Dolly Metal clone? Aren't you ashamed to copy another band's works?

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Tracklist:
1. Crossroads
2. Mass Possession
3. Venomous
4. Blood For The Baron
5. Graveyard Dust
6. In My Command
7. Blackshape
8. The Unseen
9. Funeral Feast
10. The Red Sect
Lineup:
Jacob Curwen - Vocals, Guitars
Erik Ballantyne - Bass
Kurt Henderson - Drums
Record Label: Horror Pain Gore Death Productions
     


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