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Angels Of Babylon - Thundergod (2013)
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Angels Of Babylon - Thundergod (2013)

Kenny “Rhino” Earl is involved in two projects this year (so far). One is the new metal super group Death Dealer with Sean Peck, Stu
Marshall, and Ross the Boss, offering their debut War Master. The other is this album Thundergod, the second appearance of his band Angels of Babylon.

Country : USA
Genre : Heavy/Power Metal
Quality : Mp3, CBR 320 kbps

1. Thundergod
2. Sondrio
3. Queen Warrior
4. What Have You Become
5. White Star Line
6. The Enemy
7. True Brothers
8. Redemption
9. King of All Kings
10. Turning to Stone
11. Bullet

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ojotigreFecha: Miércoles, 2013-06-26, 5:21 PM | Mensaje # 2
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Angels of Babylon
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Metal straight from the heart, what an intriguing phrase; I believe that
every musical creation is from somewhere near that blood filled area
that beats and pumps all the time, joining hands with the mind lest we
forget. That said without any disrespect of course for ex-MANOWAR
drummer, Kenny “Rhino” Earl, for his words regarding the material for
his band ANGELS OF BABYLON’s new album, “Thundergod”, released via
Scarlet Records. I respect his words because if one will think about it,
there is something within nowadays Metal music coveting upon becoming
technical than the known traditional means and styles of the past, so
losing the “bottom of the heart” effect upon the material might be
noticeable. Gladly that traditional Metal musicians, at least most of
them, still have their direction set. There will be always that desire
to progress, even for just a little bit, but without letting go of the
music’s soul. So guys, after my bid to interpret Rhino’s words, I will
head to the real reason you are reading my babbles, “Thundergod”.

Listing to this piece of traditional meets Power Metal music, I found
voluminous crisscross and turns to the measly crux of Metal music such
as BLACK SABBATH, DIO and IRON MAIDEN along with the Ronnie James Dio’s
drops on 70s RAINBOW. Though entrusting themselves to the hands of the
early gods of the genre, ANGELS OF BABYLON’s sound engineering tread
modern waters. Not that it affected my judgment, as the towering quality
was there. Furthermore, within the band’s chosen sound direction the
80s can be sensed with ease. Material wise, I was glad that ANGELS OF
BABYLON maintained the spirit of their earlier album “Kingdom Of Evil”,
at least more or less. The lineup might have changed with the insertion
of vocalist Diego Valdez (Replacing David Fefolt of FIFTH ANGEL) and
bass player Steve Handel (Coming forth, taking the role of MEGADETH’s
David Ellefson), but it didn’t seem to affect that much on
“Thundergod”’s development as a derived old school US Metal album.
ANGELS OF BABYLON has Ethan Brosh as guitarist, a fine lead axeman and
shredder, walking the walk and talking the talk of the 80s, generating
punch through riffing that will devour rhythm guitars fanatics (like
yours truly), but also energetically exacerbating with several pieces of
incredible soloing (not in the known Neo-Classical Malmsteenish
sagacity). Diego Valdez turned out to be quite an addition to this
group, resembling an impressive fusion of Ronnie James Dio and Johnny
Gioeli (AXEL RUDI PELL), taking charge with such force, proving his
value to the crew, a fine choice. And Rhino, what can I add about this
guy, he has always been a commanding feature throughout this projects
and bands, however, ANGELS OF BABYLON seems to be his special niche. His
hammering is as expected, in the range of basic but with outbursts,
straight and to the point drumming. His style is not techy, at least not
in the same measure of the proficient drummers of the contemporary

Essentially, “Thundergod”’s outcomes and prospects will fulfill the
expectations of the old fashioned Metalhead, though I must imply that
its whole isn’t entirely basic. The main deal behind “Thundergod” is its
straightforwardness. The entire tracklist was built just as past 80s
albums were. The earth erupted with the crushing self-titled opener,
accumulating speed and rallying the troops to their chariots of fire. I
wasn’t that thrilled with it, but for an opener, it is a pure trouble
free onslaught. “Queen Warrior”, another fine speedster, raised the bar a
notch, enticing not only with haste but also with mid tempo rhythms and
much better singing. “King Of All Kings”, so enormous and victorious,
might appear to be MANOWARish at times, but with much class, and crafty
guitar work. Valdez cracks the sky with his singing, particularly on the
chorus that turned out so alluring, with well two layered channels
mixed expertly. This is a must anthem to gather around. As much as
energetic and addictive full throttle tracks can be, “Thundergod” also
set in stone a selection of notable mid tempo tracks. “White Star Line”,
“The Enemy” and “True Brothers” sounded like tributes to DIO and BLACK
SABBATH with common riffing but well played, catchy tunes, “True
Brothers” is plainly a hymn, creating such an amazing atmosphere and of
course the vocals are far beyond driven, so commanding and charismatic.
“Turning To Stone” is a little halt from the heaviness and madness into a
peaceful abode of grace and comfort, very hearty, inspirational ballad
that isn’t cheesy or tacky, just honest and well delivered.

Therefore, you have all you need to know out of this great album, a
piece of music from the heart and for paying a tribute to Scott
Columbus, ex-MANOWAR drummer, that passed away two years ago.
Traditional Metal has its share of wholehearted instants; I always
believed that it is carved under its genetic code, if you will.
“Thundergod” hit right in the spot, aggrandizing the genre and its


Diego Valdez - Vocals
Kenny “Rhino” Earl - Drums
Ethan Brosh – Guitar
Steve Handel - Bass


1. Thundergod
2. Sondrio
3. Queen Warrior
4. What Have You Become
5. White Star Line
6. The Enemy
7. True Brothers
8. Redemption
9. King Of All Kings
10. Turning To Stone
11. Bullet

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