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Saboter Architects of Evil No Remorse Records November 16, 2018 Album Review by Allyson Kingsley, Music Journalist Boston Rock Radio

Saboter

Architects of Evil

No Remorse Records

November 16, 2018

Album Review by Allyson Kingsley, Music Journalist

Boston Rock Radio

 

Architects of Evil is the second album from the Greek metal band Saboter. The power/thrash metal band formed in 2014 in Athens Greece and has ex-members of Overcast and current members of Rapture and Thou Art Lord. The members are Antonis Vailas (vocals), Nick Markoutsakis (bass), Chris Tsakiropoulos (guitar), Apostolos Papadimitriou (guitar), and John Votsis (drums). Their first album, Mankind is Damned, was very well received.

 

I was extremely impressed with Architects of Evil as it embraces classic metal with elements of power and thrash metal thrown in for good measure. Their musicianship is almost magical and each one plays and perfects their craft with each other. The vocals are perfectly edgy, classic metal with a modern kick.  Chris and Apostolos are phenomenal guitarists, thoroughly in sync with one another. The rhythmic bass of Nick's hands coalesced flawlessly with John's immaculate drumming skills. Although an overall marvelous album, my choice tracks are “The Temple of R'lyeh,” “To Glory We March,” and “Lamias Call”. One hundred percent no-frills badass heavy metal.

 

https://youtu.be/Zb5jnrr_Uy8

 

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=wKHYZ8r_zoE#

 

https://www.facebook.com/saboterGR/

 

 

 

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