Review Fast Evil : Wake Up The Devil [EP] 2017

Review

I had been completely charmed by Fast EviI’s EP ” Wake Up The Devil ”  , so I was pleased for the chance to write about their sophomore effort. If you’ve yet to hear the band, then we’re looking at some crazy epic Speed Metal from Brazil with an old school slant.
” Wake Up The Devil ” delivers unto us  Fast Evil ‘s brand of Metal circa 2016, with a godly guitar tone breaking through some atmospheric foreshadowing for a fist-banging anthem. Lucas Mesquita’s vocals command the punchy arrangements contained with a powerful, , which absolutely does the job. I love the music , giving me some sweet nostalgic vibes. Musically this is for the most part blazing, and performed in stellar fashion. There’s plenty of riffs to sink your teeth into, complete with tasteful battery, and some raunchy bass lines although on the subject of bass I did feel some of the more flamboyant, effect-powered parts to be detrimental. but give me out their bass over inaudible bass any day. 
If you dig acts like Acid , Exciter and ADX  then I’d call this a no brainer although  Fast EviI do separate themselves from their contemporaries with a more pugilistic edge, and a lethal injection of classic Metal attitude which would call to mind Judas Priest or Mercyful Fate. Overall a solid record. You could do far worse than check this out.

Band:  Fast Evil 
Release : Wake Up The Devil  
Year: 2017
Location: Brazil
Genre: Speed Metal
Format : CD , Digital
Label : Unsigned 
Reviewer : Med Manef Slama

  • Line Up
    Lucas Mesquita : Vocals
    Diego Dourado : Guitars
    Marcos Andrade : Bass 
    Luis Neto : Drums

Tracklist

1. Ritual of Sacrifice 
2. Evil Maniacs 
3. Hell Angel 
4. Metal is Back 

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