With their first outing to the Canary Islands on February, 2 more full European tours in the works and confirmed appearances at London’s Desertfest and premier post-metal mecca, Dunk! Festival, Telepathy has undoubtedly established themselves as one of metal's most intriguing prospects in recent years and are showing no signs of stopping. https://www.telepathyband.com http://telepathyband.bandcamp.com http://www.facebook.com/telepathyband 2. Korean newwave punk band. 3. US thrash metal band from Buffalo, New York Very good speed/thrash metal with a classic edge mixing the speedy riffage of the Bay-Area with the sharp mid-paced one of Anthrax. "Legions of Frustration" is a cool up-tempo thrasher, but "Reality" introduces a nice balladic section, which is like an oasis amidst the sharp lashing more mid-tempo guitars.
"Orlock" will break your neck thrashing far and wide in the best tradition of the Forbidden debut. "Raging Side" is only a bit more controlled with slower sections scattered around, but "Medieval Times" will throw you into a spontaneous headbanging again, despite another not as fast break, and the more melodic guitar hooks. "Innocence" could be considered the ballad, heavy and less dynamic, but the riffage is good, and the singer gives out a standout performance. He actually sings quite well on the whole album, albeit seldom changing his high clean tember which comes as a nice mix between a higher-pitched Joey Belladonna and Michael "M.A.J.O.R." Knoblich (Scanner, Jester's March). Read more on Last.fm.
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