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Vigilante E.P.

     
         
         
         
     
             
Night Screamer are a hard rock/heavy metal band from the UK formed in 2013 releasing their debut E.P. 'Hit 'N' Run' in 2014, followed by gigs at local venues in and around the London area. 2015 sees the release of their second E.P. 'Vigilante'.    
             
The eighties and the NWOBHM movement was (and still is) the best time for the heavy metal evolution, and it is by no means a coincidence that so many bands these days cite that period as a major influence on their musical style. Night Screamer are one of those bands, and they make it known. They are proud of their sound and the energy put into their music is there for all to see, and hear. 'Sacrifice' opens this three song E.P. in typically British style, bombastic, foot tappingly and head bangingly addictive. Resonating with nostalgia from (in my opinion) the best era for heavy metal, Night Screamer bring the classic NWOBHM sound back to life with duelling guitars, powerful clean vocals and a relentless rhythm. This is pure British heavy metal.    
             
'God Of War' chugs endlessly with a superb guitar sound, a catchy rhythm and you will find your head nodding in agreement that this is true NWOBHM played with the same energy and passion as "those bands of old". Guitar solos cut and swathe their way through the air and the relentless melodic heavy metal sound will bring a huge smile to the faces of fans the world over. All too soon though, the third and final song bursts into life with a superb guitar riff and the song takes on a heavier, more darker vibe and it rattles along at pace. Heads will bang, fists will be raised high in to the air in one hundred percent appreciation of a band, keeping it British, by staying true to the classic NWOBHM sound.    
             
Overall, a fantastic burst of energy to re-light the fire of the NWOBHM sound with duelling guitars, an addictive, relentless rhythm and clean vocals.    
             
             
Review By Iron Mathew Collins    
             
Reviewed For Inferno Records    
             
             
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