English Dogs Metalmorphosis

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The last record of the 4 Metal/Punk English Dogs releases. I already posted 'Metalmorphosis' earlier and you can find 'Forward into Battle' and 'To The Ends of the Earth' over at DOWN UNDERGROUND. If you have heard any of those releases you'll know what to expect from this. The vocals on this are slightly different from the other metal/punk releases. Seems to be trying to actually sing more on this recording. Guitar player still rages and shreds all over the place. First time I heard this record was from from my buddy Clay. We would always blast English Dogs when we were out and about killing our brain cells. Anways here it is....enjoy!

English Dogs Metalmorphosis

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Tracks:
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1 Trauma
2 The Eye Of The Shamahn
3 Enter The Domain
4 Premonition
5 Calm Before The Storm
6 Flashback
7 A Tomb Of Traveler's Past
8 Middle Earth
9 Epilogue

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English Dogs evolved from being a punk band to a crossover band to a power metal band. The Metalmorphosis EP is from the more punkish crossover time. While evolving so much, and changing style so much, they obviously produced albums of different quality. Metalmorphosis is not one of the better releases. The production is very good, considering the EP was made in the late eighties. The guitars are clearly punk-influenced yet sounding like they were inspired of technical thrash. The paradox is total. Drumming are pretty metal, without the double bass and Wakey screams his vocals in a punk/hardcore way. His voice cracks at times, but most of the time he does just fine.
All this results in a sonic chaos. Although behind the chaos there is a hidden complexity, which is the key reason, I love this band’s later releases. In the end of Nightmare of Reality there is a psychedelic drumbeat, building up a real nice atmosphere. The members of English Dogs are skilled musicians even though they are punks. They can do what they want, but I’m not sure that they knew what they wanted on this one. This release isn’t bad, but a better overlooked part of their discography.