Sever the Wicked Hand (eOne Music)
Reviewed by Raoul Hernandez, Fri., March 18, 2011
CrowbarSever the Wicked Hand (eOne Music)
"I live by my mistakes," exhorts Kirk Windstein on "Isolation (Desperation)," opening dirge on this NOLA quartet's ninth blunt-force trauma. Thrashing title track, Layne Staley bog vox and quicksand melodies ("Let Me Mourn"), plus Sad Wings of Destiny guitar harmonies on "As I Become One" peak on piano chant "A Farewell to Misery," bearing Testament onto "Protectors of the Shrine." Emotional re-souling: "Echo an Eternity." (Fri., 10:35pm, Dirty Dog Bar)
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