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Lefay | SOS | review | metal | Lollipop

Lefay

SOS (Noise)
by Martin Popoff

Lefay continue to hone and perfect their rhythm-heavy take on power metal, forsooth really delivering the stomping power where others do not, finding ways to be progressive, always with a bottom line to beefy riffs and grooves. A band to restore your faith in classic metal without resorting to cheap retro tricks, Lefay should continue to dominate the European scene with their free-burning guitars and acrobatic drum patterns, over which vocalist Charles Rytkonen takes the proceedings to a hallowed spot between Savatage's Power Of The Night and Testament's The Gathering. Crushing but smooth, headbanged but excruciatingly well-mapped, SOS is Lefay's crowning moment, a record where the Master Of Puppets magic happens without visible strings attached.
(12358 Ventura Blvd. #386 Studio City, CA 91604)

 


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