Sacred Oath’s “Blood Storm” an A+ Metal Song”
New review of Sacred Oath’s new self-titled disc is on the Powerline website, with other reviews. An excerpt:
…Sacred Oath chose not to open up the disc with their best song, “Blood Storm”. Instead it comes second, sandwiched between two lesser songs (“Paradise Lost” and “Buried Alive”). When I say “lesser,” I mean by a little bit. I still consider these songs to be very good, but “Blood Storm” is quite brilliant — an A+ in my metal grading book. Think perfect metal riffs, yes, but also a quality class vocal performance by Rob Thorne, certainly one of the best metal vocalists out there.
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