Tuesday, December 6, 2011

"Signs of Life"

Fans of the Nova Scotian band, Whom Gods Destroy, are finally getting new music from their favorite up and coming old school heavy metal band.

“Signs of Life”, a 7 track CD featuring original music was released in late November of 2011. I was lucky enough to get a copy of their latest work.

To be blunt, this is a dream CD for any head banging, heavy metal loving people out there. All of the seven tracks kick you in the ass from the first note to the last. One does not want to stop head banging or fist pumping long after the final notes of the songs fade away into oblivion.

Tracks include the fast paced “Devil on Your Shoulder”, the more melodic sounds of “The Traveler”, the 10 minute old school metal “Whom Gods Destroy”, and the title track, “Signs of Life”.

Formed in Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia in 2005, this power trio consists of vocalist/drummer Adam Bondarenko, guitarist Tim Gaudet and bassist Eli Bondarenko. Their influences include Iron Maiden, Dio, Black Sabbath, Kiss, Judas Priest and Alice Cooper. They released their 4 track demo/debut CD “Demo” in 2007. Their sound is old school heavy metal, which appeals to a lot of people from around the world and all walks of life. They have developed a fan base from several countries around the world, including their home and native land of Canada.

I highly recommend “Signs of Life” and any other album released by Whom Gods Destroy to all fans of any kind of heavy metal out there. The guitar riffs, the percussion and the bass mixed with the classical metal stylings of Adam Bondarenko’s lyrics make this particular band THE up and coming heavy metal band to watch out for in the future in my opinion.

Of course, you don’t have to take my word for it, you can check them out yourself…You can see the Promo Video for “Signs Of Life” on You Tube, check out their MySpace page, and see their Lyrics Archive on Blogger if you want to learn more about this hot up and coming metal band.

Regards,

Veridian

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