Vertigo (The Story of Vincent O'leary)
Style: Heavy Metal
Release date: 19 February, 2011
Playing time: 47:53

Vinder plays old skool heavy metal, the type of metal that went out of fashion a very long time ago. The style has returned to its crypt and is now a very little sub-genre and kept in the underground with a very strong following by the chosen few.

This pretty simple straight forward and fast heavy metal, with pounding drums, Iron Maiden and Accept inspired guitar riffs and a singer that won't win any prices for his talent anywhere. But the chosen few don't mind, they want their heroes to be unpretentious, honest and true - they don't want their music to be impeccable and to sound like a Million Dollar production. And Vinder fits the mould to perfection; this is honest and true, the musicians are good without being out of this world and the production is adequate.

The songs stay true to the band's heritage and will satisfy those, who salutes NWOBHM and the early days of metal.

01. See My Commands
02. Best For Me
03. Glory To My King
04. Never Look Back
05. The Final Day
06. Proud to Wear the Holy Cross
07. Golden Flames
08. God's Grand Hotel
09. My Creation
Label: Vinder Records
Promotion: Connecting Music
Reviewed by: Kenn Jensen
Date: 31 January, 2011