Skullview - Consequences Of Failure
R.I.P. Records
Heavy Metal (80's)
10 songs (61'30)
Release year: 2001
Reviewed by Danny

For sure, Skullview loves traditional heavy metal (Iron Maiden, Manowar).

Their third album Consequences Of Failure comes as no surprise as Skullview continue to delivers straight forward heavy metal from early 80's. Even the production comes directly from that time and could have been a bit better ... after all, if we consider the calendar, we are living in year 2001.

But as usual with Skullview, the production doesn't matter at all as the songs are rough, cutting like knife and at the end , you pull out your old leather jacket full of patch and ride your motorcycle Just listen to Time For Violence (first song) and you will understand immediately what I mean (Iron Maiden is back home Mumy !!!). Skullview, Warrior (second song) sees the "virgin woman" being very aggressive and playing with the kings of metal (Manowar).

As it was the case with their two previous heavy metal bombs (Legends Of Valor, Kings Of The Universe), Consequences Of Failure is the perfect heavy metal almanac ... of the 80's course. A must for all guys like me who are living this year their 35th years, a piece of collection for those of you who like history, a must for guys out there who like Iron Maiden & Manowar. That been said, I am running to my mirror near our bed, jumping all over the place, shouting and playing with my invisible guitar : "I am back in the 80's" !!!.

Holly shit !!! I didn't know my wife was looking at me. She shakes her head and said to me "What the hell did I find in you ???" ;-)

Killing Songs :
Time For Violence, Skullview
Danny quoted 80 / 100
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