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Night Dances

     
         
         
         
             
             
Hi-Gh are a thrash/speed/punk metal band from Italy.    
             
'Das Boot' opens the album in a dramatic atmospheric style before kicking into life and racing to a furious end. This is followed by the pacy romp of 'Faster! Faster! faster!' and the title song 'Night Dance', a heavy riff driven hard rock song.    
             
The curiously named 'Zig Zag Shaped' shows signs of the punk influence, while '501st Legion' and 'Hydra' both up the tempo, although 'Hydra' does have a great guitar driven intro.    
             
'Let Me Know' has a bluesy hard rock feel to it. 'Unleash The Beast' shows signs of the punk influence again, while 'Freeway Madness' is a two minute romp of thrash.    
             
'You're Going Down (Under The Ground)' is a fast paced thrash song, 'Hi-Gh (You Can Roll It For Me)' is hard rock mixed with punk while the album closer 'Mind's War And Peace' is eleven minutes of, something. The song never seems to get going, doesn't seem to have rhythm and is loaded with so many special effects, it is hard to distinguish what the song is trying to achieve.    
             
Overall, a mix of thrash, punk and hard rock resulting in an album of fast paced rock songs that will please many and disappoint few.    
             
             
Review By Iron Mathew Collins    
             
Reviewed For Vlad Nowajczyk (Vlad Rocker)    
             
             
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