Voodoo Bible – Seven Deadly Sins

05 Apr

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Unpaired band names are common in rock culture from the jurassic Led Zeppelin to Marilyn Manson and beyond. But in the case of Voodoo Bible a fresh UK band with William Westwater of Fear Incorporated at the front, the name accurately represents the band’s mood. Hence, the seven deadly sins are treated rather violently in this album. A debut that gives the impression it was recorded in catacombs, abandoned slaughterhouses and ruined churches. Not bad at all for newcomers…

Seven Deadly Sins contains the full spectrum of deadly sins plus four “Hexperiments” in a blend of early dark industrial, abstract cyberpunk in the way of Clock DVA and recitation yet often theatrical vocals that transform their compositions to dangerously dark anthems. Raw, heretic, blasphemous, sarcastic, post apocalyptic, this album is equally competing early Christian Death recordings and it should be placed in the darkest ends of your cd collection.

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Posted by on April 5, 2014 in Uncategorized


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