Brazillian Heavy metal group Hazy Hamlet, active since 1999, has finally released its debut - titled "Forging Metal". The album is totally independent, was recorded and produced by the band and mixed/mastered by singer Arthur Migotto. Its sound embraces the traditional heavy metal, turned to the 80s, and the band worked hard to achieve a vintage sonority with valve amps timbres, punchy bass drums, and a lot of effects, rather than the dry sound of contemporary productions. The magnificent cover artwork is signed by professional illustrator Celso Mathias, and presents an acrylic painting of Nordic god Odin forging a sword, accompanied by his ravens Hugin and Munin.

The album is composed of 10 tracks, as below:

01. The Beginning of the End - part 1
02. The Beginning of the End - part 2
03. Black Masquerade
04. Metal Revolution
05. Field of Crosses
06. Funeral for a Viking
07. Chrome Heart
08. Chariot of Thor
09. Forging Metal
10. The Faces of Illusion


More info about the band and four songs on http://www.myspace.com/hazyhamlet.


Source: myspace.com
 
Posted: 04.06.2009 by Thryce



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Black Conundrum - 05.06.2009 at 01:44  
The album cover is fantastic.
Bad English - 08.06.2009 at 01:08  
I know this band , listened it some time ago, and awesome news good band
MrSpaceman |BR| - 08.06.2009 at 05:10  
These guys plays really nice! Really awesome tunes, powerful and catchy.
It worths to know their work....

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