Cult to the Steel of the 80s from the voracious city of Cajamarca.
Incarnated in this first EP of 4 cuts of pure street heavy metal as it was forged in the golden age of NWOBHM, includes a cover of Randy and Tygers of Pang Tang. Available in limited edition of 100 cassettes presented in Box Mate with insert and stickers.
Culto al acero de los 80's desde la voraz ciudad de Cajamarca. Encarnado en esta primer EP de 4 cortes de puro heavy metal callejero tal como se forjo en la época dorada de la NWOBHM, incluye un cover a Randy y Tygers of Pang Tang. Disponible en edicion limitada de 100 cassettes presentados en Box Mate con inserto y stickers.
Chevalier is no doubt one of my favorite up and coming acts, playing an off the beaten path brand of raw sounding speed metal. Go back to their first LP here, self recorded. Sure, it doesn't have the same production level as "Destiny Calls", but it's still a great listen in it's own right. Crema de la Metal
Savage Master fucking slays the heavy metal beast. They fire on all cylinders of blood, occult, magic, death, leather, spikes, and most of all Mario Bava and Barbara Steele influenced horror metal! They deliver every time! All hail Savage Master \m/\m/ Mark Anderson