Triaxis – Zero hour


British band Triaxis are about to release their third album – Zero hour. The album was recorded following a Pledgemusic campaign to raise the funds, and which reached its goal on the day the campaign launched – such is the support the band have from their fans. The band’s first album “Keys to the kingdom”British band Triaxis are about to release their third album – Zero hour. The album was recorded following a Pledgemusic campaign to raise the funds, and which reached its goal on the day the campaign launched – such is the support the band have from their fans. The band’s first album “Keys to the kingdom” was good, and second album “Rage & Retribution” was even better, so can Triaxis continue this upward trend? In short, yes they can – the new album is their best yet. It’s an impressive piece of work in every respect. Twelve tracks clock in with a running time of One hour and 12 minutes, which is pretty damn impressive since most albums are around 35-45 minutes long – in the old days of vinyl this would have no doubt have been a double album. The shortest track is around 4 minutes long and the longest is well over 10 minutes. Brief comments on a few songs… The album is the band’s loudest and heaviest album yet – I can’t wait to hear some of these songs being played live. The opening guitar part for the first song on the album, “Liberty” is superb and straight […]

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