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Pokerface Game On Album Review


Game On

Release date: March 31

M&O Music

Album review by Allyson Kingsley Music Journalist with Boston Rock Radio


As I opened this promo I thought to myself what an odd name for a female fronted thrash/death metal band. With vocalist Lady Owl, lead guitarist Xen Ritter, bassist Ded Moroz and drummer Roman Pankow, this album bristles with extreme energy and sinister force. Don't let the name fool you. They have shared the stages with Megadeth, Kreator, Sodom, Sepultura and Children of Bodom.


The album's sound is predominantly thrash with hefty doses of dirty gas guzzling speed and death metal as the album roars into life with opening track “The Bone Reaper.” Shrieking vocals, bone crushing drumming and fueled up riffs fuel up the adrenaline rush.  “The Fatal Scythe" kicks ass with moderating drums, excellent mix of rhythms and crisply delivered growling vocals. All the lyrics are insidious and yet intelligible. Listen to Lady Owl’s scathing vocals coalesce with brutalness on “Creepy Guest.”


The album pushes the boundaries of extreme metal, dark and aggressive yet lavish and opulent. A skull crushing treat.








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