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Sons Of The North by Black Spiders

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Sons Of The North

Black Spiders

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Album

Sons Of The North

Black Spiders

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Label: Dark Riders
These Brits know their way around a hook and a joke -- "KISS Tried To Kill Me" is almost too catchy and wacky for a metal band. But they are one, at least in the sense of intermittent knuckle-dragging heaviness (stoner-doomed "Mans Ruin," high-speed "What Goods a Rock Without a Roll"), Zep rips ("St Peter," "Si El Diablo") and distorted wank. There's also a memorable coed drinking duet, followed by a seven-minute epic that ends with a chain-gang spiritual: Enough winners to excuse the not-quite-superhuman vocals.

About This Album

These Brits know their way around a hook and a joke -- "KISS Tried To Kill Me" is almost too catchy and wacky for a metal band. But they are one, at least in the sense of intermittent knuckle-dragging heaviness (stoner-doomed "Mans Ruin," high-speed "What Goods a Rock Without a Roll"), Zep rips ("St Peter," "Si El Diablo") and distorted wank. There's also a memorable coed drinking duet, followed by a seven-minute epic that ends with a chain-gang spiritual: Enough winners to excuse the not-quite-superhuman vocals.

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About This Album

These Brits know their way around a hook and a joke -- "KISS Tried To Kill Me" is almost too catchy and wacky for a metal band. But they are one, at least in the sense of intermittent knuckle-dragging heaviness (stoner-doomed "Mans Ruin," high-speed "What Goods a Rock Without a Roll"), Zep rips ("St Peter," "Si El Diablo") and distorted wank. There's also a memorable coed drinking duet, followed by a seven-minute epic that ends with a chain-gang spiritual: Enough winners to excuse the not-quite-superhuman vocals.