MAAX (U.S.) “Unholy Rock & Roll” DIGI CD review by Chaos Vault

MAAX (U.S.) “Unholy Rock & Roll” DIGI CD review

by Chaos Vault

By Chaos Vault

Somehow I always had, that the United associating me with the bands Death and Thrash metal is probably due to the big names. Few other hand comes from this country things zwianych of Black Metal …

Maybe not so little, but converting the number of Black Metal bands on the number of residents in the U.S. is rather little of the scum crawling out from underground. A and I are somehow in contact with the great black metal from overseas do not have and can therefore Maax and his latest work , ” Unholy Rock & Roll ” fairly quickly it coincided with my taste. In fact, Black Metal in the case of Maax is not everything, because I love animals but men burn with no less sympathy for the high-proof alcoholic drinks and old Heavy Metal. This is the first to hear the vocals Tim przepitych that probably for the best results from each concert on the bugle call crashes 0.7 Johnny Walker. And the other, or Heavy Metal can be heard almost everywhere. Melodic fragments in the pattern of Judas Priest and Iron Maiden songs sneak by almost all the time and even further remarkable solos add a whole even greater feelingu (but this is zjebane word, but it fits me like never here hehe). Listening to this CD I still have a compelling combination that some of the inspiration for her recordings were also taken from the works of the immortal king of perversion and obscenizmu, my personal hero U.S. national, or GG Allin.

You can hear on this record that the team likes to play properly napierdolić and satanic rock and roll, a great pleasure to them to question, and even I think no less, because listening to ” Unholy Rock & Roll ” overlaps with an appetite for vodka kuplami and a trip to church with crowbars and axes in hand hehe.

Rating: 8/10

This review was originally written in Polish and has been translated using Google Translate. To view the original review in Polish click the link below.

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To purchase MAAX “Unholy Rock & Roll” DIGI CD and other Maax merchandise go to:

To preview a song from their 2010 release “Six Pack Witchcraft” go to:

and to preview a song from their debut album “Dawnbringer” go to:


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