BLACK ABSINTHE – ‘Early Signs of Denial’ – CD Review

BLACK ABSINTHE – ‘Early Signs of Denial’ – CD Review

6th May 2016 0 By John Deaux
Black Absinthe self released their Early Signs Of Denial album on the 13th May

Described as Motörhead with a dose of double pedal bass drumming doesn’t do this band justice. There is so much more to them. NWOBHM, Southern Rock & even doom would be more accurate.

The whole record is classic metal & deserves to catapult this band over the wall & into the rooms of many.

This is a band that doesn’t know the meaning of the words over play. Everything is understated, controlled & precise.

Black Absinthe are not trying to re-invent the wheel but add a new spoke.

Frank Gryner (Rob Zombie – Hillbilly Deluxe) mixed & mastered the album, his mixing style has definitely given the band a boost which was lacking on previous releases.

For fans of  Killswitch Engage, Mastodon, High On Fire, Coheed and Cambria

Track List
1. The Wild (3:50)

2. Is This Life (4:42)
3. Berj Khalifa (3:19)
4. Pigs (4:03)
5. NOW (3:58)
6. Winter (6:23)
Album Length: 26:18

Kyle Scarlett  – Bass
Jack Cerre – Vocals & Guitar
Austin Henderson Drums

Check out the album in full  & more below

Score 7/10

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