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Blood Ceremony


Heavy Prog

3.61 | 58 ratings

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4 stars Blood Ceremony's second album sees them continue their evocative "What if Tony Iommi hadn't returned to the fold after Rock and Roll Circus" Jethro Tull meets Black Sabbath sonic experiments, this time leaning somewhat more heavily on the Sabbath side of the equation and less on the Tull (though Alia O'Brien's flute is still a welcome presence). Alia's vocals are also an interesting presence too, with occult allusions more accurate than Sabbath's ever were littering the songs. On the whole, Alia and her coven continue to preside over their witch rock rituals as one of the most interesting - and perhaps the outright best - of the occult rock bands of today.
Warthur | 4/5 |


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