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“you realize that all the very best bands excel precisely at not being overly complex, not really giving a shit whether they sound like they’re in 1987 because, who cares? And being totally fine with being good, old-fashioned, dumb rock and roll. Examples? Van Halen. Sabbath. AC/DC. Maiden. The Stones. Clutch. The Sword. I could go on. Into the Coven has all these things going on in their self-titled EP. Complexity? They don’t give a shit. The songs are straight ahead and without ornamentation. Like a god damned Chevy pickup truck. 1987? These motherfuckers ARE un-ironically 1987. Tenacious, “dumb” rock and roll? Hell yes, in spades. (I should take a break, here, and note that I’m not talking about stupidity. I’m talking about balls-out temerity. I love that stuff. Kill ‘Em All was dumb as hell and it’s arguable that having never again reached those heights, all Metallica’s subsequent efforts fell short.)”
“The production doesn't reek of modern smoke and mirrors that computers provide and feels very raw. Perfect for this type of metal. As a huge fan of Thomas Gramolini as a guitarist, it's awesome to be able to hear him in a band like Into the Coven where his shredding style can shine within the arrangement. Overall the tracks are all solid unto themselves, together they provide a good introduction to the band. Into the Coven is very different from many of the CT bands, in that they have a old school influence and sound that comes from another time. The band feels nostalgic and it feel like you have been listening to Into the Coven for years. If you like the old school thrash style at $4 the EP is a great value and a nice edition to any metal heads collection.”
“Great music! Liked your pages. Liked you through our personal and band FB, & twitter. Thanks for the support. Cheers! Mack AITG”
“Hey, we caught your stuff on CT Metal Shop - killer! You've got new fans here at home!! . \m/att (Infinition guitarist/lyricist)”