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 NIGROMANTE – BLACK MAGIC NIGHT (2013) ALBUM REVIEW

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NIGROMANTE – BLACK MAGIC NIGHT (2013)
Shadow Kingdom Records/Clawhammer PR -- Running Time: 33:34

SCORE: 6/10


Spanish titans Nigromante have a lot to offer us in their new album “Black Magic Night”, a mix of brutal vocals and thundering guitars remind us of early Iron Maiden but with a thick layer of crash cymbals thrown in they put their own stamp on heavy metal.

The opening to album title track “Black Magic Night” is a doomy cacophony of toms and riffs filled with foreboding that may have offered a better opening to the album as it draws you in to the band, a more original sounding track that shows off Nigromante’s style. The syncopated fills before and the solo’s flashy almost Santana- infused solo are an oh-so groovy reminder of their Spanish roots but will certainly earn them their stripes stateside and over here in the UK.

“In Nomine Pater”’s opening gives us this feeling again, with thoughts of Queens of the Stone Age circulating between that tasty riff and decisive snare we are quickly transported back to the world of Nigromante with barbaric vocals- this easily my favourite track on the album because of this eclectic mix.
Some of the other tracks on “Black Magic Night” can tend to feel a little derivative of earlier bands – they list their influences as Iron Maiden, Metallica and Black Sabbath and this comes across in their music. Having said that there are some really original moments of magic on this album and future releases promise to let this come out more as they stray away from the comfort zone of their influences.



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Review written exclusively for Brutiful Entertainment by: Metal Girl In London (Gabi Huckins-Tertiuk)
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