VICIOUS NATURE | TACET SOMNIUM | 7" Mint Vinyl & Manga Lyric inner
CAT. NUMBER: TOR 012
LABEL: TOR RECORDS
RELEASED - DECEMBER 2016
VINYL: LIMITED EDITION RED/BLACK SPLIT. HOUSED IN A BLACK INNER
SLEEVE: GLOSSY SLEEVE, HOUSED IN STRONG PLASTIC SLEEVE, WITH HAND NUMBERED STICKER TO THE FRONT, ALL COPIES INDIVIDUALLY NUMBERED.
LYRIC INSERT - DESIGNED BY KOICHI VIVIAN MORI. MANGA STYLE CARTOON DEPICTION OF THE BAND PLAYING.
THE SILENCE THAT KILLS
Andy Southwell was a member of the highly acclaimed Marshall Law, he left the band after a bad hand accident in 2006. Andy Pyke left the band in 2010 and the band split up.
The Midlands finest, Vicious Nature release their first vinyl record on TOR Records (based in Rugeley - the home of Metal) in December 2016.
Vicious Nature: A battering ram of momentous proportions takes a hold as JB drums like a pissed off demon on Ritalin and Marc Culley's bass booms awaking the minions of Hades. This is Vicious Nature by name and they are hellishly Vicious in their delivery, this four piece rip into your cerebral cortex and they never ever dissapoint.
The new single - The Silence That Kills, Andy Southwell's guitar playing is nothing short of outstanding, almost hacking off his finger a few years ago he is back in the best of form. Andy Pyke spits out the vocals with extreme venom - remember that these guys have been around the block in Marshal Law and Cloven Hoof - they know what they are doing.
Vicious by name, vicious by nature. Vicious Nature, the Midlands based musical powerhouse deliver a massive slab of Heavy Metal. Like a steel toe cap to your wedding tackle, the opening track of Tacet Somnium, The Silence That Kills kicks off with pummelling drums courtest of JB and power riffing from Andy Southwell. Combine that with Mark Culley's thumping bass and Andy Pyke's howling vocals - the track is complete. Outstanding.
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