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Customer Reviews

Top notch!

This is fantastic! The people with the low ratings and Ozzy comparison comments obviously don't know good metal. This album is one of many in a sea of Sabbath influenced bands, and happen to be towards the top of the surface as far as being great Sabbath style doom metal. Really digging this one. The vocals may be a little bit cheesy sounding, but for what it is they work.

Music is pretty good....

not digging the vocals. and I like some pretty bad singers.

This isn

You stupid people and your "satanic" statements are the most annoying people on Earth. Stay away from reviewing metal if you really think that "Hour of 13" is the opitomy of Satanic Metal cause you sound incredibly stupid. Take your low ratings elsewhere.. As for the album, I think that it's okay. These guys have been Sabbath worship since they started and this is no exception. If you like that then this is a good album, if not then try elsewhere.. Just don't write stupid, uneducated reviews like "Jay Murphy" did..

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active:

North Carolina's Hour of 13 were born in 2006 when songwriter/guitarist/bassist/drummer Chad Davis and singer Philip Swanson decided to join forces in the name of classic heavy metal and doom, harking back to the undiluted teachings of original masters Black Sabbath with their eponymous debut album. Released in late 2007 by Shadow Kingdom Records, the LP featured a few guest guitar solos from engineer Corey Leonard and became a sleeper...
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