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Spiral Dive / Press

“Next up were Spiral Dive, again a band with their roots firmly planted in old school metal. The band [...] simply came on like a chainsaw in overdrive with a fast and furious set of rip snorting iconic metal, with guitarist Tony throwing out more shapes that a kindergarten tantrum as he rocked the place like a demented Ted Nugent.”

“The CD is heavily reminiscent of Metallica's heavier moments (ie. not One), with each track ending at a peak in volume, and most tracks also starting that way too. The lyrics themselves only confirm my theory that if released into the mainstream, these songs would attract today's music market in seconds.”

“The band's style lives up completely to their claim to the metal title, the vocalist has a smooth, tuneful singing voice, actually used for singing, there are numerous skilfully played guitar solos and the drum player plays at considerable speed and is never off time.”

“If you like classic metal, you don't even need to hear what I have to say, you should just rush out and buy this CD right now. If you aren't a big fan of classic metal, that is irrelevant, you should buy it anyway.”