Anvil Chorus reviews

Anvil Chorus Killing Sun CD

Anvil Chorus

“These new recordings on this disc are representative of some of the best moments of those years when Metal was evolving from the depths of obscurity to becoming the huge force it was in the eighties. This Music is Awesome!” – Ron Quintana KUSF/Metal Mania

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“Just imagine what it would have been like if there had only existed a demo version of “Saints In Hell” up until now and Priest had finally recorded it like the monster you knew it was and laid it on you full-force. That’s what this sum-bitch is like. Ignoring “The Killing Sun” is not an option. Buy it now.” – Raysrealm

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“9.5 / 10” – powermetal.de

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“The Killing Sun is so “expensive”-sounding and flawlessly executed one quickly forgets the historical tie, save for the interesting mix of styles that builds and envelops as this engaging album plows on, most amusing being the touch of Saga or Kansas to an otherwise kickin’ Shrapnel/Metal Blade/Queensryche EP-aggressive record.” – Brave Words

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“Anvil Chorus was ahead of their time. The way that they mix progressive music with heavy metal was just not done back then, at least not to the extent that they did. These guys can play.” – Sea of Tranquility

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“The Killing Sun” delivers everything an old-school prog metal fan could want: heaviness, daring musicianship, and great songs. – Peacedogman.com

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“Overall, The Killing Sun is a magnificent effort from the long neglected Anvil Chorus, a strong and well appreciated dose of classic melodic heavy metal. Strongly recommended.” – Dangerdog.com

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“This is the album of the year, period. San Francisco based Progressive Heavy Metallers Anvil Chorus have been re united and their comeback album is a real masterpiece.” – Forgotten-scroll.net