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The Devils Cut

by White Wizzard

The Devils Cut by White Wizzard

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The Devils Cut

by White Wizzard

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Label: Earache Records Ltd
Forever devoted to '80s reclamation, these L.A. heshers have grown into a quintet aiming for inspirational epics: Longer, more serious and fleshed-out songs, full of sudden tempo shifts, victorious depictions of demons and phoenixes riding high, and a few too many hearty but melodic guitar solos. Both "Steal Your Mind" and the title cut quaintly mention radio airwaves, and several more remind you to give it all you got. Opener "Forging the Steel" even travels to Egypt by the end. But compact boulevard meteors like "Kings of the Highway" and "Storm Chaser" are still what the Wizz rule most at.

About This Album

Forever devoted to '80s reclamation, these L.A. heshers have grown into a quintet aiming for inspirational epics: Longer, more serious and fleshed-out songs, full of sudden tempo shifts, victorious depictions of demons and phoenixes riding high, and a few too many hearty but melodic guitar solos. Both "Steal Your Mind" and the title cut quaintly mention radio airwaves, and several more remind you to give it all you got. Opener "Forging the Steel" even travels to Egypt by the end. But compact boulevard meteors like "Kings of the Highway" and "Storm Chaser" are still what the Wizz rule most at.

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About This Album

Forever devoted to '80s reclamation, these L.A. heshers have grown into a quintet aiming for inspirational epics: Longer, more serious and fleshed-out songs, full of sudden tempo shifts, victorious depictions of demons and phoenixes riding high, and a few too many hearty but melodic guitar solos. Both "Steal Your Mind" and the title cut quaintly mention radio airwaves, and several more remind you to give it all you got. Opener "Forging the Steel" even travels to Egypt by the end. But compact boulevard meteors like "Kings of the Highway" and "Storm Chaser" are still what the Wizz rule most at.