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Review: Satanic Warmaster - Werewolf Hate Attack
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Werewolf Hate Attack

Label: Guttural Records
Year released: 2007
Duration: 9:30
Tracks: 3
Genre: Black Metal

Review online: September 30, 2007
Reviewed by: Michel Renaud
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Werewolf Hate Attack

Rated 2.75/5 (55%) (8 Votes)
Review


"Werewolf Hate Attack" is a live 7" recorded in Finland in 2004. It's a soundboard recording, so the sound is OK overall, albeit a bit low and muddy. Out of three songs, only two are worth mentioning, since "Szatan", a Lord of Evil cover, is only 48 seconds in length; it's over before you know it has started. The other songs were first released on "Strength and Honour" and on the split with Akitsa. This is good underground old school black, a little mix of the first and second waves of Black Metal. Lots of bass, and the unpolished aspect of the recording gives an real twist of hate and doom to the songs, something that's not as effective in the studio recordings. It's interesting to hear these titles played live, but at a total length of 9:30, this 7" is really for die hard fans of the bands that need to own everything Satanic Warmaster have released.


Track Listing:
  1. The Burning Eyes Of The Werewolf
  2. Legion Werwolf
  3. Szatan (Lord Of Evil cover)
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