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3 stars Dio is back

Third studio album with Sabbath after more then 10 years from Mob rules from 1981. Dehumanizer was released in 1992 , and I remember I was quite exciting, because I'm a fan of this band and also a big fan of DIo aswell. The album was a return to the doomy riffs and the voice of Dio is unmatched. So the album is a good one but I don't see it as a real threat on the old albums, only a good Sabbath album, and don't reach the level od Heaven and hell or Mob rules. The voice of Dio is again on high level , just listen the opening track Computer God, Letters from Earth,Master of Insanity and Sins of the Father, like on the good old days. The guitar of Iommi did a great job again, but don't shines, only some usual riffs and usual solos, but not bad of course. All in all a god album all the way, but less exciteing than Headless cross for ex or Heaven and hell. 3 stars for Dehumanizer, a good album in Sabbath discography but nothing special either.

b_olariu | 3/5 |


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