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Huntress: Spell Eater

Huntress are apparently creating huge waves all over the scene with their "musical concoction of occult science and archaic sorcery," and allegedly Spell Eater will earn the band "a place among the epic and timeless heavy metal albums." Some claim eh? One that's hard to justify? You betcha!

Vocalist Jill Janus occasionally sounds pleasingly like Bianca Butthole of Betty Blowtorch and occasionally drags up frightening guttural screams, however, it's all a little generic and sounds like a million other bands I'm afraid although kudos to the lightning fast fingers of lead guitarist Blake Meahl. With better, more memorable songs there is, I'm sure a much better album in Huntress but for the time being it's back to the drawing board.

Track Listing:
01. Spell Eater 3:57
02. Senicide 4:00
03. Sleep And Death 4:27
04. Snow Witch 5:02
05. Eight Of Swords 5:37
06. Aradia 4:08
07. Night Rape 3:17
08. Children 3:11
09. Terror 4:45
10. The Tower 4:31

Added: May 2nd 2012
Reviewer: Simon Bray
Related Link: Band Website
Hits: 2589
Language: english

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