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by Homicide Black

The highly anticipated 2nd release from Homicide Black.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Where My Demons Lie
4:33 $0.99
2. Somebody to Love
2:26 $0.99
3. Hate
5:20 $0.99
4. Lifeless (But Beautiful)
3:40 $0.99
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Album Notes
Homicide Black are Sean Nestor – lead vocals and guitar, Jazz Byers – drums, and Mike Loborec – bass. To give you an idea, they dwell in the realm of doom and damnation, but are not entirely held captive there. Nestor’s vocal style can be best described as a hybrid of Dio (yes) and Blackie Lawless. That being said, lets get on with their latest offering.

Track 1: “Where My Demons Lie” begins with a brief guitar intro with the feel of an old west tale being told. When the rhythm section kicks in, the song explodes with all the power and fury of a shootout in the center of town. At this point, you realize HB is the real deal. This is one of those songs that can give you goose bumps when you crank it. The talent of this three piece shines on this tune about a gambler who crosses the wrong man and suffers the consequences (or is it a metaphor?) This song alone can carry the rest of the album, but it doesn’t need to. Track 2: Next comes a cover of Jefferson Airplane’s “Somebody To Love.” This is the same song we all know and love, but with a harder, crunchier delivery. Track 3: From there, we fall deep into the abyss with “Hate,” Nestor showcases some very impressive doom laden vocals. This song of despair and misery is very reminiscent of the early work Dio did with Black Sabbath. Track 4: They close it out with “Lifeless (But Beautiful)”, an uptempo song telling a story of hardship and tragedy in old school thrash style.

The content within “hbII” proves that Homicide Black are a talented band capable of being versatile. Each selection offers something a little different, while still complimenting each other.

There is no wonder they are so well respected by their peers. The only real down side to this release is the fact that there are only four songs and it leaves you wanting more. hbII delivers the goods and we should be seeing more of them in the future. Do yourself a favor and get your copy. You won’t be disappointed. - Creature (Adrenalene 101 Radio)



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