Power of Metal.dk Review

The Point of Few
Style: Groove Metal
Release date: 2013
Playing time: 27:48

This band hails from my hometown of Sneek, so I need to be very careful and not too negative or critical.... I don't want to get up in the morning discovering that my windows are smashed in and that my car has 4 flat tires.

Fortunately the band does what they should do and that is delivering a good EP. There is no reason to be negative. Sure there are always things that can improve, but with a low budget recording an album with this sound is a big achievement already. The songs are heavy like my neighbor's wife ass and the vocals of Lennart Wardekker sound very aggressive and sanding. The strongest point however are the songs, the band succeeds in adding a nice groove. The combination of the vocals and the groovy heavy riffs make it easy to conclude that there are Pantera influences in their music, but a band like Down should also be mentioned. With this EP in their backpack, it has to be possible to score more live performances, because this is music that really blossoms when played live.

Well, I think this review will see to it that I don't need to be afraid for my windows.... And now just between you, the readers and me....... they really suck :P!!

01. Burn the Book
02. Sanctuary
03. Icarus
04. Lies
05. Cracked Mirror Man
Label: Big Bad Wolf Records
Distribution: stonehawkmetal@gmail.com
Reviewed by: Reinier de Vries
Date: 28 April, 2013
Website: www.stonehawkmusic.com