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Powerful - Welcome To The Slaughterhouse the only album by the great Italian power metal band from 2007 with doom influences! Forgotten Jewel! Must have for collectors. Think of Judas Priest at the time of "Painkiller", those wonderful sawing riff attacks, a screaming, very proud singer, driving rhythms, powerful, gripping songs. Now think of a technical component, somewhere between Toxik, Watchtower (on the second album), Realm, but less thrashy. Again and again, majestic, medium-fast passages with doom-metallic grandeur loosen up these compositions.
Powerful - Welcome To The Slaughterhouse the only album by the great Italian power metal band from 2007 with doom influences! Forgotten Jewel! Must have for collectors. Think of Judas Priest at the time of "Painkiller", those wonderful sawing riff attacks, a screaming, very proud singer, driving rhythms, powerful, gripping songs. Now think of a technical component, somewhere between Toxik, Watchtower (on the second album), Realm, but less thrashy. Again and again, majestic, medium-fast passages with doom-metallic grandeur loosen up these compositions.
8032790497113
Powerful - Welcome To The Slaughterhouse

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Format: CD
Label: MDD
Rel. Date: 12/01/2023
UPC: 8032790497113

Welcome To The Slaughterhouse
Artist: Powerful
Format: CD
New: Not in stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Powerful
2. Self - Destruction
3. Fighting to Learn
4. Just Leave Me Alone
5. Listen to Me
6. Alternative Life
7. Screams of Blood
8. Welcome to the Slaughterhouse
9. Dream of a Freedom Day
10. We Play Super Metal

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Powerful - Welcome To The Slaughterhouse the only album by the great Italian power metal band from 2007 with doom influences! Forgotten Jewel! Must have for collectors. Think of Judas Priest at the time of "Painkiller", those wonderful sawing riff attacks, a screaming, very proud singer, driving rhythms, powerful, gripping songs. Now think of a technical component, somewhere between Toxik, Watchtower (on the second album), Realm, but less thrashy. Again and again, majestic, medium-fast passages with doom-metallic grandeur loosen up these compositions.
        
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