Power of Metal.dk Review

Where Evil Dwells
Style: Speed Metal
Release date: 16 March, 2015
Playing time: 39:48

Speed Metal! Fast and rough Speed Metal with a good dose of Thrash Metal thrown in for good measurement. That’s Ranger’s first full length album “Where Evil Dwells” for you. The pace is just as extreme as the technical skills of the band, and if they should be able to deliver their sound on stage with an adequate show then I really, really hope that they’ll keep lots of liquid nearby to compensate for all the sweat they are likely to loose on stage.

One can literally feel the band’s enthusiasm about their music. They’ve got the skills, and they obviously have the energy to convince even those who are hard to win over. The high pitched vocals, the guitar riffs, the guitar solos, and a drummer who seems to be hell bent on beating his drumkit into submission provide such an intense listening experience that you better expect to fall into a kind of limbo once the album is over. I had not expected this particular surprise while listening to the album for the first time, but the limbo thing is exactly what happened to *me* and is also what got me to give the album such a high rating.

Seriously, give the album a try, but be warned: You might find yourself yearning for more!

01. Defcon 1
Deadly Feast
03. Phantom Soldier
04. Dead Zone
05. Black Circle (S.Y.L.S.)
Where Evil Dwells
07. Storm Of Power
Label: Spinefarm Records
Distribution: Spinefarm Records
Artwork rating: 70/100
Reviewed by: Markus Falkenberg
Date: 9 March, 2015
Website: www.facebook.com/rangerheavymetal