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“As I’ve pointed out in other reviews, song writing can make or break a band. These guys can write.... Smith and Sleeth have built an amazing framework from haunting, melodic, and surprisingly catchy riffs. If they continue on this path, Anubis Unbound will have a sound you will identify from the very first chord.”
“...the lights went out and it was finally time. Entrance music. Every band needs an intro. Good move. The Anubis guys took the stage, and it was time to find out if I was right about these guys doing it live. And I didn't have to wait long to find out. Anubis Unbound obviously has the knowledge that a live show is just that, a SHOW. Stage presence isn't even the word. They are intimidating up there.”
“On first listen I made a mental note to update my current dental insurance. Treachery is a teeth rattling, jaw bruiser of an album............ The twin guitar attack is at once a mix of technical elegance and melodic ferocity that combine in ruthless harmony. Bassist Ryan Plunkett could take the safe course... but there is a funkish undertone to his grooves that add a unique kick to the band’s style.”
“It's metal. From the first song to the last, it has great, crunchy guitar rhythms. Along with the timely bass drum kick you would expect from a good metal band. What you might not expect is that it's a bit more understandable than most metal, which if no one else appreciates, I do. And there are no songs about vikings, which is another plus in my book. Seriously though, the album is tight.”