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Three Points of Madness New World Order Album review

New World Order

Album review by Allyson Kingsley Music Journalist with Boston Rock Radio



Hailing from Providence, RI is an amazing metal group by the name of Three Points of Madness and I was happy to review their CD New World Order. The quartet is George Petrus on vocals and guitar, Sean Daudelin on drums, Dave McNally on keyboards, and Ron Pacheco Jr on bass. I was captured by how very different their sound was. I have recently ventured further into the realm of progressive metal and have acquired the taste for it and highly recommend its exploration.


The song “Oceans" was mystical sounding, the vocals ethereal and smooth. “In Battle" featured tasteful hammering drums. These are songs about life, loss and chaos delivered with an exceptional sound production.  There's a touch of theatricality and light/dark grandeur lurking within their tracks. There is also the simple heartfelt joy of friends gathering to simply make music and seeing their fans light up in response. The power of music transports us to other planes and makes us say "wow".  Their album delivers that feeling effortlessly.


Their next performance will be at Knuckleheads Bar and Grill in New Bedford, Massachusetts On December 29th.


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