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"Human Factor" is the fourth album of Metal Church. You can still count on Kurdt Vanderhoof's distinctive arrangements. Howe steals the show with his thundering snarls and prominent choruses. The title track reveals that Metal Church hasn't settled for anything unrecognizable and the same counts for the catchier 'Date With Poverty." Welcome to the Ball" has it's similarities in terms of in rock-fueled metal of dominating vocals and present guitars. Interestingly enough, the amount of variety between the thundering cuts like "In Due Time", "Flee from Reality" and "The Fight Song" is limited; but still with mean-machine guitar riffs and crazy vocals. At last, Metal Church often deliver superb ballads and "In Harm's Way" is no exception. From the serene verses to the emotionally-provocative chorus, it's an incredible piece of work.
"Human Factor" is the fourth album of Metal Church. You can still count on Kurdt Vanderhoof's distinctive arrangements. Howe steals the show with his thundering snarls and prominent choruses. The title track reveals that Metal Church hasn't settled for anything unrecognizable and the same counts for the catchier 'Date With Poverty." Welcome to the Ball" has it's similarities in terms of in rock-fueled metal of dominating vocals and present guitars. Interestingly enough, the amount of variety between the thundering cuts like "In Due Time", "Flee from Reality" and "The Fight Song" is limited; but still with mean-machine guitar riffs and crazy vocals. At last, Metal Church often deliver superb ballads and "In Harm's Way" is no exception. From the serene verses to the emotionally-provocative chorus, it's an incredible piece of work.
8718627236383
Metal Church - Human Factor (Hol)

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Format: CD
Label: MUSIC ON CD
Rel. Date: 12/08/2023
UPC: 8718627236383

Human Factor (Hol)
Artist: Metal Church
Format: CD
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"Human Factor" is the fourth album of Metal Church. You can still count on Kurdt Vanderhoof's distinctive arrangements. Howe steals the show with his thundering snarls and prominent choruses. The title track reveals that Metal Church hasn't settled for anything unrecognizable and the same counts for the catchier 'Date With Poverty." Welcome to the Ball" has it's similarities in terms of in rock-fueled metal of dominating vocals and present guitars. Interestingly enough, the amount of variety between the thundering cuts like "In Due Time", "Flee from Reality" and "The Fight Song" is limited; but still with mean-machine guitar riffs and crazy vocals. At last, Metal Church often deliver superb ballads and "In Harm's Way" is no exception. From the serene verses to the emotionally-provocative chorus, it's an incredible piece of work.
        
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