Captain Napalm's Metal Christmas Vol. I

December 11, 2012 | Format: MP3

$3.99
Song Title Artist
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30
1
6:38
30
2
3:24
30
3
4:01
30
4
4:33
30
5
4:36
30
6
4:49
30
7
13:19
30
8
3:35
30
9
4:31
30
10
4:01
30
11
4:45
30
12
3:15
30
13
7:10
30
14
4:37

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  • Original Release Date: December 11, 2012
  • Release Date: December 11, 2012
  • Label: Napalm Records
  • Copyright: 2012 Napalm Records Handels Gmbh
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  • Total Length: 1:13:14
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  • ASIN: B00ADEHUVK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Carl Eakins on December 20, 2012
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These samplers are a great way to discover music from bands you might have never heard of. They also tend to be like short story book collections; some tracks are gems, while others are not so much. Granted, personal tastes are subjective. Here are my thoughts:

1) The Scarred People - Tiamat
An appealing mix of Goth and Power metal, complete with a rousing chorus and orchestral accompaniment. The vocals remind me of the 80's band The Sisters Of Mercy. Great track!

2) Burial Bridge - The Sorrow
The tempo picks up for this one. The music is heavy and melodic, unfortunately spoiled by screaming vocals and a chorus that descends into Emo territory.

3) Home At Last - Grave Digger
The first guitar solo of the sampler! With it's soaring Power metal chorus this song is easy to like. The vocals take some getting used to, but they fit perfectly.

4) Festival Of Slaves - Hate
As you might expect from a band called Hate, this track falls into the aggressive Death category. Grinding and aggressive is an acquired taste. Not my favorite.

5) Redemption Blues - Audrey Horne
Melodic and fist-pumping, in the Judas Priest vein. My kind of Metal!

6) I, Caligvla - Ex Deo
A mix of aggressive guitars and Medieval Times pomp. More screaming vocals.

7) Nichts Als Asche - Finsterforst
Slow, thrashy and epic-length with hints of progressive musicianship. Would be better with multiple guitar solos.

8) Geh mir aus den Augen - 9mm
Imagine if you will: Power metal with a punk/Irish drinking song twist. In German. A nice foot-stomper!

9) GO - Mammoth Mammoth
Like a loud bar band you can't help but headbang along with. More hard rock than metal, which isn't a bad thing.
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I'm not sure why this is holiday themed, but this compilation album friggin' rocks. A delightful respite from Rudolph and his red nose.
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