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Reseña de álbum

Bands that favor "vintage metal sounds" have certainly become increasingly more prominent in the early 21st century. In other words, bands that rock vintage gear, have seriously studied the first six Black Sabbath albums, and — for the most part — look like something out of 1973 image-wise. And this description certainly fits Zoroaster. Hailing from Atlanta, GA, Zoroaster like to call their style "psych metal," and after taking in their sophomore full-length, 2010's Matador, there's no denying the unmistakable trippy elements they inject into their metallic crunch. And that's not to say that Matador is a retro-fest from beginning to end, as tunes such as "Trident" include some unmistakable modern touches, such as the distorted, Al Jourgensen-esque lead vocal effects. Musically, however, such hard and heavy standouts as "D.N.R." and "Ancient Ones" are obviously rooted in the era of Sabbath Bloody Sabbath. And despite only featuring three bandmembers (singer/guitarist Will Fiore, bassist/singer Brent Anderson, and drummer/percussionist Dan Scanlan), it's pretty darn impressive how a trio can create such a mammoth sound, as the lads certainly make some serious air move out of your speakers throughout Matador. While there's no denying that this fast-rising outfit is similar in its approach and sonics to such respected acts as Mastodon and the Melvins (specifically the slow yet potent guitar riff sludge), the overall "hugeness" that Zoroaster create is impressive — especially when you consider how early they are into their career.

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Great from start to finish

This band offers a really intriguing take on doom metal by incorporating Hawkwind, Pink Floyd and Monster Magnet influences to great effect. Post-rock fans will dig the psych stuff and head bangers will dig the massively layered riffs and solos. This is the first metal band since Mastodon that I think has really lived up the hype.

Flashes of force, dulled by merely competent filler

This is droning stoner metal, heavy on atmosphere, veering between riveting (Ancient Ones, Firewater, Odyssey, maybe D.N.R.) and aimless repetition. Lyrics are thin and simple. Not a lot of surprises, but if you like the genre, this will fit in with your collection without being a mandatory add.

Well

Not as good as the older stuff

Biografía

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '00s, '10s

Zoroaster was formed in the summer of 2003 by Brent Anderson (bass & vocals), Will Fiore (guitar & vocals), and Rod Fiore (drums), three former colleagues in the defunct group Terminal Doom Explosion who rediscovered their mutual interests in primal, concrete sludge-doom when they began rehearsing and performing on an almost nightly basis, in and around their native Atlanta, GA/ Influenced by heavy metal progenitors Black Sabbath, black metal founders like Venom and Celtic Frost, later-day...
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