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      Circle of Witches 'Natural Born Sinners' Album Review by Allyson Kingsley

      Circle of Witches

      Natural Born Sinners

      Sliptrick Records

      Released: May 21, 2019

      Album Review by Allyson Kingsley, Music Journalist

      Boston Rock Radio

      Circle Of Witches is:

      Mario Bove – Vocals/Guitar

      Joe Dardano – Guitar

      Tony Farabella – Bass/Back Vocals

      Joey Coppola – Drums


      Natural Born Sinners is the third album from Italy-based Circle of Witches. A concept album of sorts; the songs cover a variety of topics and are especially interested in figures of rebels from various fields of religion, history and literature. The musicians add a large amount of doom to their traditional heavy metal sound to render a crushing behemoth of a release. 

      “Tongue of Misery” covers the ever loveable topic of religious hypocrisy and it is delivered with fire and brimstone in its riffs. “The Black House” is a track about the infamous Anton Lavey and the Satanic tenets. What I noted well was 2 and ½ minutes in, Joe and Mario went crazy on those axes...amazing sound. “The Oracle,” sung about Lucifer, had a familiar Slayer-like feel to the sound which gave it a sensation of menace. “You Belong to Witches” kicks ass and is a song that celebrates the pagan culture and those of the witches, which unfortunately are still misunderstood. The finale is “The Cult of Baphomet,” which is a chanting invocation and hearing this on blast truly gave me shivers. I would say the whole underlying meaning of this album is to celebrate what you believe in, left hand path or pagan or what have you. 


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