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      Gloryhammer 'Legends From Beyond The Galactic Terrorvortex' Album Review by Allyson Kingsley


      Legends From Beyond The Galactic Terrorvortex

      Napalm Records

      Releaseb Date: May 31,2019

      Album Review by Allyson Kingsley, Music Journalist

      Boston Rock Radio

      GLORYHAMMER Line up:

       Angus McFife XIII, Crown Prince of Fife – Vocals

       Ser Proletius, Grand Master of the Deathknights of Crail – Guitars

       The Hootsman, Astral Demigod of Unst – Bass

       Zargothrax, Dark Emperor of Dundee – Keyboards

       Ralathor, the Mysterious Submarine Commander of Cowdenbeath – Drum


      Gloryhammer have returned with Legends From Beyond The Galactic Terrorvortex.  Like the bards of old, Gloryhammer exist to tell the legends and tales of their hero Angus McFife. If you recall from their second album Space 1992: Rise of the Chaos Wizards, the earth had been destroyed by the Hootsman but Zargothrax managed to survive. Our hero Angus McFife followed him into the vortex, with all hope of defeating him.

      Gloryhammer, aside from being rather decent storytellers, are rather decent musicians. Power metal may not be for everyone as it is very formulaic. It is definitely the type of music to uplift you with its energy and vibrance. If you don't mind the keyboard aspect added to metal, you'll enjoy Gloryhammer. As cheesy as it may sound I loved the song "The Land of Unicorns" mostly for the riff power and the overall flow of the song.

      A glorious band to listen to just for the fun of it and if you get a chance, catch the live near you. Their performance with Alestorm last year was an absolute blast.



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