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Album Review

Shogun unleashes a slab of seething technical metal on Iconoclast, one that leaves a trail of destruction in its wake. Iconoclast is an album that finds its strength in the chaotic noise of Shogun's guitar assault. The guitar innovation is remarkable in its context, although at times it tends to overshadow the other contributions. Shogun's death metal vocal growls seem lost amidst the furious attempts at metal originality, yet when allowed to be heard are a force to be reckoned with. Iconoclast is an album that certainly shows the band's promise, as songs such as "Perth Epic" and "We Other Victorians" stand as beacons to metalheads searching for an album to vent frustrations through. Shogun has proven they are on the right track, and Iconoclast is an album worth listening to just for its solid, heavy fortress of sound. Iconoclast is surely just the beginning, and although it has its obvious weaknesses, it is an album that is relentless in its fury. ~ Jason D. Taylor, Rovi

Biography

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '90s

The former moniker of Good Looking Records artist Artemis during his stay on the Renegade label, this drum'n'bass producer followed a rather traditional path to his rather untraditional position as one of the more acclaimed artists involved in the innovative realm of downtempo drum'n'bass. Born as Oliver Lomax, this child prodigy began piano lessons at the age of six before moving on to orchestral brass instruments, particularly the French horn. After performing in a number of philharmonic orchestras,...
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