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Rule #1

     

(single)

     
         
         
     
             
Exlibris are a heavy metal band from Poland formed in 2003, releasing their debut album 'Skyward' in 2006. The bands next two albums followed in quick succession, 'Humagination' (2013) and 'Aftereal' (2014), with a live performance video 'Night Of Burning' released in 2016. 'Innertia', the bands fourth album was released in 2018.    
             
With the departure of original guitarist Daniel Lechmanski from the band, Exlibirs enlisted Finnish guitarist Antti Wirman (Warmen/King Company/Children Of Bodom) as his replacement.    
             
'Rule #1' is the first single from, and also the opening song on, Exlibris' fifth album 'Shadowrise', due for release later in 2020. The Polish heavy metal powerhouse, play a mix of progressive and power metal, all wrapped up in the classic sound of traditional heavy metal.    
             
Thundering into life, 'Rule #1' is a melodic metal stomper that hits hard, very hard. The chorus break is a sing a long style affair making for an infectious and catchy listen.    
             
Overall, a catchy romp, 'Rule #1' is a cracking appetiser for the bands (coming soon) fifth album - and I for one, cannot wait.    
             
Review By Iron Mathew Collins    
             
Reviewed For Against PR    
             
             
Other Reviews    
             

           
           
Innertia      
           
"a very heavy and hard hitting slab of traditional heavy metal, blended with hard rock and power metal" Read Review      
     
     
     
           
             
             

           
           
Shadowrise      
           
"a highly melodic and catchy romp of melded progressive and power metal, 'Shadowrise' is an infectious journey" Read Review      
     
     
     
           
             
             
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