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Black Moor - Lethal Waters

Black Moor
Lethal Waters
by Daniel Silva at 03 December 2012, 8:16 PM

Canada’s BLACK MOOR is a Heavy Metal band that plays a sort of early Speed / Thrash Metal highly influenced by the New Wave of British of Heavy Metal movement. They have released one album so far “The Conquering” with mixed reviews. “Lethal Waters” is their sophomore album and again was received with mixed reviews, some hating it for its already exhausted formula of playing in the nostalgic styles of before, and others loving it for evoking the great bygone years, my opinion of it lies somewhere in the middle, this album is neither a great failure nor a great success that would bring a new dawn to the world of Heavy Metal, it is a somewhat enjoyable album but that hasn’t made a big impact in my life.

The positive sides of this album are the melodies and hooks of the songs and the instrumentals, that don’t have anything particularly wrong or particularly life-changing about it. What bugged about this record was the singer whose voice lacks a certain level of aggression or a certain feeling of someone that has experienced a lot in his life; his voice is a bit boring and bland.

I found “Lethal Waters” to be an enjoyable record, but with nothing special about it, neither for the best nor for the worst.

3 Star Rating

1. Hellraiser
2. Thunderhead
3. Lost in the Shadows
4. Midnight Warrior
5. Into Eternity
6. Night Danger
7. Hatred’s Maze
8. Lethal Waters
9. Frozen Tombs
Robert Nickerson – Bass
Sylvain Coderre – Drums
Wedge Jones – Lead Guitars
Erick “Hammerfist” Hanlin – Vocals, Rhythm Guitars
Record Label: Diminished Fifth Records


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