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One for lovers of Slayer, Teastament etc

WTF. This is a truly impressive album from an unknown band that clearly does not get the coverage they deserve. It's difficult to believe that Solitary are British, with the 1980's Bay Area metal influence clearly evident from the start. They kick off with stand-out tracks "Predator", "The Aftermath" and the best of the lot "Keep Your Enemies Closer" and also produce a superb cover of Testament's "Into The Pit" - a great version with Slayeresque "Die By The Sword" riffs.
To be honest it's worth getting just for "Keep Your Enemies Closer" so every other quality track is a bonus and the only downer is that they are only touring the North of England at the moment...


I agree it's a good album considering they are not really known keep your enemies closer is my favourite hope they come to south England

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