Satans Revolver – The Circleville Massacre

“The Circleville Massacre” brims over with such a Southern-Rock vibe that it would mislead anyone to believe that Satans Revolver comes from some deserted, countryside region of California, yet they’re a super group of sorts featuring elements of well-known Portuguese acts like Twentyinchburial, Aside, Before the Torn and Forgodsfake. Though their low-tuned and whiskey-soaked grooves own something to North-American bands like Kyuss and Fu Manchu, their somewhat Punk-Hardcore pedigree also shines forth throughout these five themes.
Fuelled by an energised Hardcore-Punk fury that hints at the early periods of Corrosion of Conformity and Crowbar, Satans Revolver churns out some massive, downright nasty and catchy Stoner-Rock riffs and some thrilling leads ala Josh Homme that are catchier than flu on winter days. “Barfight’s”, is a song that perfectly exudes that raging attitude of their Hardcore roots with a faster, punchy tempo, a display of hefty and angry riffing and some throat-tearing vocals, while themes like the opener “Me, You and a Bottle of Jack”, “Golden Bullets” and the closing “Death on the Trail” encapsulate that fuzzy rocking fury with extraordinary results, specially the later with its amazing retro vibe.
If Satans Revolver were deriving from American soil I’m sure many of you would have heard of them before ‘cause “The Circleville Massacre” has all the ingredients to be a massive success, capable of rivalling with the best releases from Every Time I Die, Cancer Bats and Doomriders.

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  1. I fucking love this band!

  2. "...they are the best band ever...period!" - TENACIOUS D MOVIE. ;) awsome band by the way!!!