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Kingdom of Might

Woe of Tyrants

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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.

Customer Reviews

Simply Amazing

Woe of Tyrants is one of the best bands out there. There music is fast, epic, and thrashy. Nearly every songs has heart pounding solos, blaring drums, and rough vocals. This album is amazing in every way. You need to have it! My personal rating of every song. Jesu Juva 7/10: Meh, its an instrumental. Its cool, but I wouldn't really listen to it. Soli Deo Gloria 9/10 Awesome fast song and the drums here are killer. Break The Fangs Of The Wicked: 10/10: 4th best song on the album. The most known of all the songs, and a good reason for it. Awesome solo, and overall amazing Pearls Before Swine 10/10: 2nd best song on the album. 2 amazing solos, a great opening, and great varied vocals. Kingdom of Might (The Eclipse) 8/10: Fairly nice song. Good vocals and guitar, but not the best on the album Kingdom of Might (Dawn in the Darkness) 8/10: Kinda blends in with the song above. Not a band thing though, but it doesn't necesarrily stand out. Sounding Jerusalem 9/10: 5th best song. GREAT thrash song, but I wish it had a more intense solo, but that's just me. Sons of Thunder 7/10: Another instrumental. Meh, whatever. Its actually pretty cool. The Seven Braids of Samson 20/10 Best song on the album. So amazing in every way. 2 fricken unbelievable solos, double bass drums, and vocals beyond amazement. Must must must have Like Jasper and Carnelian 10/10: 3rd best song on the album. 2 sweet solos and an overall high energy feeling. Golgotha 8/10: Nice pump up song. Only song on the album without a solo, though. But still, good Every song on this CD is amazing. One of the best albums, period!

Woe of tyrants!!!!

what can i say...Amazing!!!! the drums are fast and clean. fast guitar riffs and solos. and good rough vocals!! its sooo worth $10

Do you like noodles?

Woe of Tyrants can play their instruments! Amazingly! They noodle around on their guitars and make it seem easy! Fast paced, faith based, and mind blowing. Taking the melodic intense music of power metal, and the break neck pace and ferocity of death metal, this is truely an epic band and one of the best clean and positive heavy metal bands you'll find!

Biography

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...
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