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Let Us Prey The Saint of Killers Album review

Let Us Prey

The Saint of Killers

October 31st, 2017

Album review by Allyson Kingsley Music Journalist with Boston Rock Radio



Let Us Prey has its metal home base in the honorable city of Boston, which for several decades has been New England’s mecca for rock and metal.  On October 31st the album The Saint of Killers was unleashed to and welcomed by their fans.  The hard-working men of this band are Marc Lopes, vocalist (also lead vocalist of Ross the Boss), Steven Lanning Cafaro (bassist), Rithiya Henry Khiev (guitarist), Jon Morency (guitarist) and Tony Franco (drummer).  The Saint of Killers also features guest guitarists Oli Herbert (All That Remains), Matt Fawcett (Sinate) and guest drummer Yanni Sofianos (Obsession).  Throughout the entirety of the album you hear a massive mix of thrash, death, power and progressive metal but indeed Let Us Prey are their own entity.


“Above the Vaulted Sky" also has a music video and is my personal favorite track.  Check out the incredibly velvety edgy vocals and exquisite skull crunching riffs and solos.  The mayhem continues through the songs “Prey" and “In Suffering"- drums played with apocalyptic tempest, dramatic powerful choruses, and implement rhythm.  Bassist Steven is a top exponent of his instrumentation.  Marc’s vocals soar, caress and cut.  “Murder Thy Maker” has a theatrical intro leading into crushing riffs and an imbuement of sci-fi. The entire album has impeccable production and excellent attention  to detail.


I can say from personal experience via many concerts in multiple venues that these men exude absolute confidence, admirable cohesiveness and their performances are scorching. They play for passion as well as pleasure and they well deserve the metal gods attentions.






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