ATTICK DEMONS – Let’s Raise Hell

  • 7.5/10
    ATTICK DEMONS - 7.5/10


Pure Steel Records
Release date: July 27, 2016

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8/10 (2 votes)

Portugal’s Attick Demons are celebrating their 20th anniversary with a fist-raising, head-banging, speaker-melting ode to all things Metal entitled Let’s Raise Hell. The 9 track album sounds as if Iron Maiden somehow created a brand new Greatest Hits collection of all new songs and then released it under the name Attick Demons.

Vocalist Artur Almeida sounds exactly like a 110% Bruce Dickinson and even the riffs and leads of guitarists Luis Figueira, Nuno Martins and Hugo Monteiro (yes, there are 3 guitarists) sound like Maiden’s best efforts. In short, if you like Iron Maiden at its most rockin’, you’ll love Let’s Raise Hell. Likewise, if you’re not a Maiden fan, this release will sound like just another New Wave of British Heavy Metal album, albeit produced and executed very nicely. The poster-worthy cover art only strengthens the case for Let’s Raise Hell becoming an under-the-radar modern classic. Enjoy with a strong cup of Portuguese tea.


  • Maxxxwell Carlisle

    Maxxxwell was a reviewer and the host of The Maxed Out Metal Hour here on Metal Express Radio. He is the current lead guitarist for LA based metal veterans Hellion. In addition to his ongoing role in Hellion, he has also released 5 albums as a solo artist and appeared as a guest writer and soloist on Michael Angelo Batio's Intermezzo album, named one of the Top 5 shred albums of 2014 by Guitar World Magazine. He continues to collaborate with various Metal musicians and teaches guitar technique and Metal composition via Skype. Additionally, he is a former competitive bodybuilder and enjoys a lifestyle based around health, fitness and Metal.

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