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Debut album of Argentinian heavy metal band Raptore available for streaming

Debut album of Argentinian heavy metal band Raptore available for streaming
Released in 2016 by an Argentinian label, Raptore’s debut album, namely “Rage n’ Fever” was just re-issued by the renowned German underground label Witches Brew and includes two bonus tracks. One of the tracks covers the great “Witching Hour” of Venom and the other one covers an unknown gem from the New Wave of British Heavy Metal, which is “Desperadoes” by Charger, a British band having just one single released in 1987. Today, Raptore’s debut re-issue is officially out and you can exclusively stream it by checking the link below.


Raptore’s music is described as a combination of “razor-sharp riffs and frenetic solos – supported by energetic pounding bass-drum combo, and commanded by the riotous and high-pitched vocals”, which resembles some of the greatest moments in the 80’s heavy metal music. A group formed by pretty young musicians, Raptore incorporates influences from the awesome Scorpions or Accept and we deal overall with a good approach of thrash aggressiveness, speed features, rock’n’roll and obviously, some NWOBHM.
 
© Mario Lopez, Cover artwork for “Rage n’ Fever”
Posted by Gina S., at 13:56 |  July 21, 2017  | 0 Comments  | 1661 Views « BACK

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