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  • Ben Coates of Church of the Riff Sept. 12, 2012
    “Sword of Fire” is marvelously straightforward, there’s no gilding on the edge of this broadsword, just a metre of rough cut steel flying towards your exposed neck. It’s a groove chiseled from granite that doesn’t let up for the track’s 5:20 runtime. (Read More)
  • John Dickie of Beard Rock Sept. 11, 2012
    Metal as fuck this number, its about a sword used to kill dragons an that. Its got more hooks than Ivan Drago and wants to shag your Gran. Go listen, purchase and sing along like fuck... SWORD OF.... FI... ARGH!!!!!! (Read More)
  • HP Taskmaster of The Obelisk Sept. 11, 2012
    The fact that the Hampshire outfit kept [Sword of Fire] back from the initial EP speaks to a patience and awareness of their songwriting that has already served them well. (Read More)
  • Reginald Rykaczewski of Heavy Planet Sept. 11, 2012
    With more of the same freight-train-going-off-the-tracks tempos, sing-along chorus, and a thick-bearded groove this band does not disappoint. SWORD OF FIRE! SWORD OF FIRE! (Read More)
  • Bill Goodman of The Soda Shop Sept. 11, 2012
    The song is called “Sword of Fire.” Man is it pretty damn good too. It’s heavy and epic. (Read More)
  • Pope John The Enforcer of The Ripple Effect Aug. 27, 2012
    The first play through of this recording had me mouth agape in awe when “The Garden” pummelled me senseless … thunderous and overpowering, the guitars vibrate everything in the immediate area of my speakers to ash. (Read More)
  • Steve Howe of The Sludgelord Aug. 22, 2012
    If you're into Baroness, Mastodon and Torche then your going to love this track. It shows these guys are going to be one of the best bands the UK has to offer at the moment. (Read More)
  • HP Taskmaster of The Obelisk Aug. 2, 2012
    “Warbringer”‘s an absolute toe-tapper, and the backing gang vocals only add to its upbeat throb. The mix on the EP is raw, but clear and professional nonetheless. (Read More)
  • John Dickie of Beard Rock July 30, 2012
    Has your band got a song called 'Pissin' Blood'? No? Well, your band's shit! Wolfshead have and it's a beauty ... this is a garage doom stomper with a great chorus. I drank 28 cans of Skol lager listening to this alone. Reminded me of Orange Goblin. (Read More)
  • Reginald Rykaczewski of Heavy Planet July 10, 2012
    On third track "Pissin' Blood", the band lets it rip with high-octane speed and raw power before coming to a screeching halt with the doomy and fuzzed-out out closer "Death Priest". (Read More)
  • Jared Oates of Orlandooom April 18, 2012
    This fifteen minute(ish) EP weighs more than the bloated corpses of two binge eating blue whales. There isn’t a device imaginable that could wield the sheer girth of this mammoth monolith of doom metal ... There’s something in the water across the pond and it sounds impeccable. (Read More)
  • Ben Coates of Church of the Riff March 24, 2012
    “Warbringer” is the standout track for me, with a big, stompin’ groove that gallops like the horsemen from hell, leaving a wake of empty beers, trashed bars and burnt out cars. It’s easy to scream along with and even easier to stomp along with, two prerequisites for excellent beer drinking music. (Read More)
  • Steve Howe of thesludgelord.blogspot.com March 15, 2012
    The EP is full of heavy pounding riffs that will have you head-banging in no time ... This is the real deal where I am concerned. (Read More)