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Thursday, June 16, 2016

Review: Proll Guns - Horseflesh BBQ


Definitely one of the most interesting albums I have reviewed and heard. The first song has a freaking banjo in it! And again, the genre is impossible to pin point for this album. The vocals are mostly harsh vocals used in thrash metal, while the music goes from thrash metal to some more classical heavy metal with melodies and harmonies. The album has some fast parts with heavy double bass and palm muted guitars, but it also has some slower and slug-ish parts on the album. The quality of the album is overall good, there are few issues for me at least. Sometimes the guitars tend to be overwhelming in the mix with the compression and the distortion. Also, the drums are hitting the roof with the snare sound and volume. But in general, the sound is good. The bass is audible, the vocals are mixed great, the guitar effects were mixed great, especially in the blues themed song. All in all, this is a great album. The theme of the album is great, mixing blues and country music with heavy metal and thrash is absolute genius. I give this album 8.5/10

Written by Nikola Milošević

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