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With a durgy guitar power chord before launching into something resembling the Monster Mash, it's clear that for Finish doom rockers S.H.O.U.T that it's Halloween every day. Theatrical and self reflexive, they don't take themselves too seriously. There are plenty of lyrical references

too about selling your soul (to rock and roll, of course) and horror fans will dig the way they name call some of cinema's greatest killers in It's Halloween. The album is pretty measured, don't expect any break out solo's or speed stuff. What the Hell? And Rock n' Roll Hell are the most riff heavy tracks with plenty of looming Satanic nods along the way. It's avant garde all about gravelly vocals, jarring drum beats. If Dr Calagari was making music not cabinets it would probably sound a bit like these rock n' roll monsters.

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