Wednesday, September 4, 2013

CD Review: Signs Preyer Represent New Metal From Italy With Debut Album

European metal band Signs Preyer recently released their hard hitting, self-titled debut album. After forming in 2006, the band entered the studio after two years of touring to create their demo which would help the band sign with Red Cat Records. After two more years of opening for bands like Helmet, Corrosion For Conformity and original Iron Maiden lead singer Paul Di'Anno, Signs Preyer entered the studio in 2011 to put together their latest album.
The nine-song album begins with "Anger" as the band brings in different elements of thrash, doom and progressive metal to create something new and innovative. The evilness of "Just To Kill You" has a great metal groove, while "Killer Instinct" has a classic feel to song's aggressive tone. The album gets dark and moody with "Dark Soul," before closing the album with the mainstream metal of "Signs Preyer" and the hidden bonus sound experiment.
Signs Preyer have one show scheduled at the moment in Rome, Italy for this Friday, September 6th. The band will be entering the studio soon to record their follow-up album. For more information, check out the band's Facebook page at

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