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The Wolf loves this band

If I could type quickly on this thing I'd write a book about how great this band is. Kind of fumanchu meets black sabbath. If you're an old metalhead like me, get either album from The Sword, get in your car and start enjoying that hour long commute!

AMAZING!

if ur on the iffy side if buying this album, do it! it's totally worth 10 bucks!!

Let the headbanging begin!!!!!

In a world where metal is deepthroating the mic, these guys are a breath of fresh mountain air. Cronise gets his awesome lyrics from reading George R.R. Martin and H.P. Lovecraft and applying it to earth (and ear) shattering heavy metal. If you were to buy just one track get maiden mother and crone but if you have enough money, BUY IT ALL!!!!!

Biography

Formed: 2003 in Austin, TX

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Not to be confused with the Canadian heavy metal band from the late '80s simply named Sword, the Sword are a retro-metal four-piece hailing from — of all places — the singer/songwriter oasis of Austin, Texas. First conceived in 2003, the Sword really hit their stride about a year later, when founding vocalist and guitarist J.D. Cronise joined forces with guitarist Kyle Shutt, bassist Bryan Richie, and drummer Trivett Wingo, and made a much raved-about appearance at Austin's famed SXSW...
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