Chuck Schuldiner Project

Friday, November 18, 2011

Andy Sartori

Andy Sartori is easily one of the best unsigned bands I have reviewed in a while. With a lively shreddy power metal sound this band rips it up and has me waving the horns all around the house. The guitar sound on this record is great. It reminds me a lot of the last few Malmsteen records with The Ripper (whose finally found a way not to suck). The solos here have a bit of a baroque flavor too and that definitely gives the music a lot more class. In the meantime the verses are amazing with sick galloping lines that lead to unintentional headbanging. The bass parts are fairly solid but nothing that is out of this world. However the bass fill at the end of One Distant Heart was pretty cool. The drums here remind me of a lot of Hammerfall stuff, they are not overly complex but they get the job done and give the music a great beat. Finally the vocals come across as a combination of The Ripper and Joacim Cans. They are fairly high but they can do soaring screeches as well. And somehow the general flavor comes across as The Ripperish. All in all Andy Sartori is a really sick power metal band with fun shredding nice bass and solid drums. ALl of this is complimented with great vocals that really bring the songs to life.
OVERALL 9.5/10

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