Scene legend/guitar genius Toby Knapp (Onward, Waxen) unveils his latest diabolical creation: Where Evil Follows and their debut, "Portable Darkness". In contrast to Knapp's latest Waxen album, WeF returns the six-string sorcerer to his '80s speed metal roots. However, "Portable Darkness" is far more than some trendy "retro" retread, as Knapp and vocalist/bassist Dean Sternberg (Ashes of Ares, ex-Into Eternity) take these winding-yet-headbanging anthems down far darker and more potently evil paths, turbo-charged with no small amount of power metal. In many ways, the album is the sinister counterpart to Onward, Knapp's most celebrated band.
Scene legend/guitar genius Toby Knapp (Onward, Waxen) unveils his latest diabolical creation: Where Evil Follows and their debut, "Portable Darkness". In contrast to Knapp's latest Waxen album, WeF returns the six-string sorcerer to his '80s speed metal roots. However, "Portable Darkness" is far more than some trendy "retro" retread, as Knapp and vocalist/bassist Dean Sternberg (Ashes of Ares, ex-Into Eternity) take these winding-yet-headbanging anthems down far darker and more potently evil paths, turbo-charged with no small amount of power metal. In many ways, the album is the sinister counterpart to Onward, Knapp's most celebrated band.
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Format: CD
Label: MRBD
Rel. Date: 03/31/2015
UPC: 768586020729

Portable Darkness
Artist: Where Evil Follows
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Scene legend/guitar genius Toby Knapp (Onward, Waxen) unveils his latest diabolical creation: Where Evil Follows and their debut, "Portable Darkness". In contrast to Knapp's latest Waxen album, WeF returns the six-string sorcerer to his '80s speed metal roots. However, "Portable Darkness" is far more than some trendy "retro" retread, as Knapp and vocalist/bassist Dean Sternberg (Ashes of Ares, ex-Into Eternity) take these winding-yet-headbanging anthems down far darker and more potently evil paths, turbo-charged with no small amount of power metal. In many ways, the album is the sinister counterpart to Onward, Knapp's most celebrated band.