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Honor Forth E.P.

     
         
         
         
     
             
Cellador are a speed metal band from the USA forming in 2003 as Apostate, quickly changing their name to Cellador, releasing their debut album in 2006. 'Honor Forth' is a four song E.P. released in 2011.    
             
The E.P. opens in a superb speed metal style with the title song 'Honor Forth', sounding similar to (Michael Kiske-era) Helloween, Running Wild and Iron Savior. Charging at pace, this is a rampant opening song that just gallops and gallops relentlessly.    
             
'I'm Omega' is more hard rocking than 'Honor Forth', but remains catchy with some superb guitar work and an impressive vocal performance. Cellador may be an American band, but their sound owes so much to the European speed and power metal genres. 'Unchained' is reminiscent of DragonForce - a mix of speed metal, power metal and hard rock all delivered at an exceptionally quick pace.    
             
All too soon the fourth and final song off the E.P. jets in and flies along at break neck speed. 'Conscious Defector' is a great big whacking solid slab of heavy rock that will beg for you to head bang, foot stomp and raise your fists high in the air. In a little under twenty electrifying minutes Cellador have demonstrated a passion and desire to deliver high octane, rocket fuelled speed metal.    
             
Overall, pace, power and speed combined with clean vocals to produce a superb collection of fast, furious, yet catchy metal songs.    
             
             
Review By Iron Mathew Collins    
             
Reviewed For Vlad Nowajczyk (Vlad Rocker)    
             
             
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