If you’re one of those that demands precision in their music, take a pass on this one. If you’re open to checking out bands in their early stages and hearing music from decades ago offered up by musicians in an area where they were inventing the metal scene, then Diptheria’s To Wait For Fire is right up your alley.
The most songs are good but the pace is not enough to me. Too many slow ballads are annoying. The first album was much more energetic and it is very pity that musicians lost their fervor. The band had a great potential after the debut album but decided to grow in different way. I am sure that many metalheads will appreciate this work and primarily “The Waking Hour” is recommended to all fans of Brazilian music-influenced Melodic and Prog Metal; however, the lovers of Power Metal could be possibly dissatisfied with the total lack of speed.
Kill Devil Hill announced three US dates to warm up for their 2014 tour, starting at Vamp’d Vegas in Las Vegas and then stomping their way onto the Sunset Strip for a long awaited fan favorite showcase