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Articles Home » Music Reviews » Vulturic Eye Crucifixion of Hope Howling Invocations November 5,2018 Album Review By Allyson Kingsley, Music Journalist Boston Rock Radio
Vulturic Eye Crucifixion of Hope Howling Invocations November 5,2018 Album Review By Allyson Kingsley, Music Journalist Boston Rock Radio

Vulturic Eye

Crucifixion of Hope

Howling Invocations

November 5,2018

Album Review By Allyson Kingsley, Music Journalist

Boston Rock Radio

 

“Neitchze was wrong. When you gaze into the Abyss, it is not the abyss that returns your stare; it is the culture and it waits for you still.”

 

Thus began the intro to the promotional package for Vulturic Eye and their EP Crucifixion of Hope. The UK trio is described as eclectic heavy metal and after several listens, it is certainly the case. “How Soon the Future” overall has a prog flavor and quite a 70s vibe as well. The lyrics are complex, dystopic and the vocal delivery is very fitting. At the midpoint, it changes tempo that is introduced by some kickass drumming. His voice becomes more beseeching. I definitely dig the very offbeat jamming towards the end, making that guitar wail. “Falsehood” steadily inclines with the vocals to what can be described best as an agonizing anger. The song is rather odd but sonically pleasing. With “Generation XYZ” again the masterfully written lyrics and the complex rhythms coalesce and congeal and wraps within each other thoroughly and then ends in a rather boisterous but cult-like chant.

 

This is very unique heavy metal, very uncommon (I can liken it to a local metal band Matthias Steele out of Rhode Island). In being hard to define and yet able to capture me through and through I have to commend their excellent musicianship.

 

https://youtu.be/H3FvYQn4EBE


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www.vulturiceye.com
                                 
howlinginvocations.bandcamp.com/music





 

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