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Magic Circle - Magic Circle (2013)
These guys have been getting a ton of hype lately, not to mention some controversy, and not necessarily because of their music, although that has something to do with it.
These modern doomlords have a classic sound not that far removed from say, Black Sabbath or Pagan Altar or Witchfinder General ? lumbering, true doom riffage, and some seriously wailing Ozzyish vocals ? which is nothing new obviously, but these guys caused quite a stir cuz this true doom combo is in fact made up of a handful of Boston hardcore luminaries, guys who used to play in Mind Eraser, Rival Mob, Battle Ruins and Doomriders.
So that fact had punk rockers crying sell out and metalheads crying poser, certainly everybody kind of shocked / surprised. And while there remains not a shred of their punk past, really, metalheads have nothing to complain about, just give ?Scream Evil? a listen. Holy shit, who thought these punks had it in them? Especially the vocalist, who manages to conjure up a killer Ozzy beholden wail, without falling in to the Sabbath copycat trap lots of other doom vocalists seem unable to avoid.
It?s hard to say exactly what it is, but the phrasing is different, and the timbre of his voice, more rough and raspy, which gives these songs a different kind of emotion and energy, and a raw urgency. And heck, let?s not forget about the riffs, which KILL. When you?re done with ?Scream Evil?, give ?Magic Circle? a try.
There a distinctive pop element running throughout, making the songs crazy catchy, besides being heavy, and sorta psychedelic. The overall sound is actually quite minimal, the occasional classic metal lead, some harmonized guitars once in a while, but lots of tempo shifts, the band not afraid to crank it up. ?Magic Circle? morphs into ?Cloven In Two?, which adds some serious swing, slipping into something very NWOBHM sounding. And ?Scream Evil? too, gets downright rocking, launching into some metallic pound that sounds more like Angel Witch.
Those two tracks, originally released on a super limited 7″ are buried WAY deep on the record, but opener ?Winter Light? sets the stage just fine, with it?s slithery downtuned main riff, a classic doomy dirge, and those vocals soaring over the top, a killer chorus, the whole thing darkly psychedelic and totally epic, as are the other three tracks.
The most notable being the furious galloping onslaught of ?Rapture? which almost has a Tokyo Blade feel too it, and has some seriously kick ass lead guitar, that sounds super processed and tripped out, but ?Conquering Nocturnity? is pretty amazing too, another jam that sounds like it could have been transported here from back in the day, classic, soaring, majestic, emotional doom of the highest order.
Fuck the haters, the doomlords around here have been digging this like crazy, and all you aQ-ers into true doom, past and present, enter the Magic Circle!
Features members of various well-known Massachusetts hardcore punk bands such as The Rival Mob, Mind Eraser, Battle Ruins, The Boston Strangler and No Tolerance among others.
Justin DeTore - Bass (The Rival Mob, No Tolerance, Mind Eraser)
Q - Drums (Doomriders)
Chris Corry - Guitars (No Tolerance, Mind Eraser)
Dan Ducas - Guitars
Brendan Radigan - Vocals (The Rival Mob, Battle Ruins, Mind Eraser)
Magic Circle - Magic Circle
1. Winter Light (8:40)
2. Rapture (5:13)
3. The Greatest Escape - White Shores (7:09)
4. Scream Evil (6:09)
5. Conquering Nocturnity (6:25)
6. Magic Circle - Cloven in Two (7:40)
One of my favourite albums of 2013, don't be misled by the cheap cover art, this record is absolutely terrific. Enjoy!