Dark Ages: Medieval sorcery

Year1987
Label/DistributionBlue Corners
FormatMini-LP
Musical styleHeavy Metal
Additional infoComes with lyric sheet
Rarity grading
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4 out of 6 - Incredibly rare!

Review

Cheesus Chreist! I still don't know WHY I decided to buy this ugly fukker here but I've been warned more than once! Naturally I thought that they all've got no taste and I need to discover "Medieval sorcery" for myself but from my actual sight are those who tell you that you'll recieve a rare Metal gem those who've got no taste! Dark Ages (Often seen by mistake as Medieval Sorcery though!) was prohably the brainchild of female bassist and "vocalist" Erin Jean who gathered some musicians to record that 4 tracker, Otherwise I can't explain why there are 3 guitarists mentioned on the sleeve. Musicially Dark Ages play a pretty weird style mix consisting of Metal and Punk influences on a lower technical level that appears to me like a kinda studio rehearsal recording due to the sillyness of the songs itself. But all this still wasn't the worst yet which are the "vocals" of Erin Jean who hopefully looked better than she sung! When I say Thrash Queen, you should be informed of what to expect! Sometimes I really get the feeling that she had a totally different song playing on the headphones while she was doing her vocal parts. Noone can sing that weird against the song itself, NOONE! It's just not possible, except of a woman! And Erin really proves my basic opinion on female vocalists who destroy what can't be destroyed at all. Go cooking and leave the micro job to us males! For NO MONEY in the world (and may it be 5 Euro only) buy this crap! You'll regret it for the rest of your life!

Tracks
Gogg and Magogg
Dark Ages
Auric Slumbers/Ophelia
Wizard

Created / updated: 2011-01-17
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