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Album Review

Despite some subgenres coming and going within the realm of heavy metal, one style that you can always count on — and seems will never fade away — is good old-fashioned extreme metal. You know the style we're talking about — growled vocals, Iron Maiden-esque guitar harmonies, rapid-fire riffs, and drum blasts, etc. Case in point, Woe of Tyrants' Kingdom of Might. Despite it being the group's debut effort (and released in 2009), this album could have easily been released in the late ‘80s or early ‘90s, and you wouldn't know the difference, as evidenced by such intense thrashings as "Soli Deo Gloria" and the title track (which there are actually two of — each differentiated by the subtitles "The Eclipse" and "Dawn in the Darkness"). While there's not a lot new metallic ground being broken here, for fans of vintage death metal, Woe of Tyrants may soon be your favorite new band.


Formed: 2004 in Chillicothe, Ohio

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Chillicothe, OH-based progressive death metal quintet Woe of Tyrants formed in 2004 around the talents of vocalist Chris Catanzaro, bassist Shaun Gunter, drummer Johnny Roberts, and guitarists Matt Kincaid and Nick Dozer. Equal parts late-'80s thrash (Testament, Dark Angel) and modern Scandinavian death metal (Amon Amarth, Children of Bodom), the band’s 2007 debut, Behold the Lion, resulted in a multi-album deal with Metal Blade Records,...
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