Electric Masada combines the raw power and manic speed of Naked City, the improvisational edge of Cobra and the spiritual lyricism of the Masada songbook. Their second release captures them at the end of a long European tour, at the very peak of their powers. Tight as a drum and as hot as a blow torch, these two incredible live performances will leave you breathless. Featuring a level of musical communication, excitement, versatility and complexity very few bands have been able to attain, this is Zorn at his very best. Astonishing group conductions, searing solos and crazed insanity from one of the most amazing bands Zorn has ever had.
Released in April 1971 (on Australian Infinity label) the Blackfeather debut LP is undoubtedly one of the best heavy progressive records ever! Massive and inventive guitar riffs, powerful and fluid solos, very solid rhythm section, catchy and adventurous melodies and clean and very dynamic production - that's why it's an album which can't be missed! It is worth noting that the recorder and tambourine parts were played by a young Bon Scott - the future AC/DC singer! Unfortunately, soon after the album release the Blackfeather line-up has been changed and the band began to play a much more lighter and bluesier material. This CD has been carefully remastered from the original, analogue source and now sounds better than ever!
Featuring songs from their entire back catalogue, starting with 1987’s legendary debut album Into The Macabre until their latest Old Skull, The Age Of Fear captures legendary Black/Thrash veterans Necrodeath’s musical essence, including the previously unreleased onyric version of the song Queen Of Desire, the stunning cover version of Slayer’s Black Magic and the live version of the band’s own The Theory.