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“DS pounded through a set of material from 'Majestically Terrifying' which was incredibly fast paced, largely due to drummer Daz being considered one of the fastest drummers on the island. Despite the dwindling crowd Shores pounded through their set with far superior ferocity then anyone else tonight and the skepticism of My Last Victory's low billing had all but been washed away by Darker Shores' high tide of brutality. The band finished with a blistering 'Prophecy of Annihilation', and after the set I got the views of front man Phil, "It's always nice to see the youngsters here, and they've been buying the CD so we're appreciative. It is a shame that they can't stay later but they'll have their chance to see us at the all day gig at L'Ancresse. For everybody that managed to stay until the end, a real metal treat was dished out tonight, and we are reminded that Guernsey's metal scene really is flourishing at the moment.”
“Outside and the metallic intensity was upped by several notches as black thrashers Darker Shores made a rare but always appreciated appearance. Mixing old material with tracks from their forthcoming second album they showed what intensity can really still be found in the near 40 year old beast called heavy metal.”