Album Review: Channel Zero – Kill All Kings

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July 23, 2014 by Dan Swinhoe


Belgium’s answer to Metallica are back with their first album since the untimely passing of drummer Phil Baheux last year. Produced by former Machine Head guitarist Logan Mader, Channel Zero mix the thick dirty riffs of Black Label Society with the kind of soaring vocals you find on Alter Bridge albums.

If you like meaty riffs and big vocals, there’s enough on Kill All Kings to satisfy your itch. But if you’re after an album with real depth and without any filler, look elsewhere.

Read the full review over at Ghost Cult now.


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