Raging Argentine heavy metal act RAPTORE has teamed up with Metal Shock Finland to premiere, for Finnish territory, the streaming of their full-length album “Rage n’ Fever”, out today, July 21, via Witchs Brew.
“Rage n’ Fever”, the debut full length was originally released last year from an Argentine label. Aficionados of old school heavy and speed metal may remain grateful to the German label “Witches Brew” for giving it a worldwide exposure by re-issuing this classic sounding album. The re-issued version will contain two bonus tracks: cover version of Venom’s Witching Hour and Charger’s Desperadoes (a lost but underrated NWOBHM gem).
The album title, artwork and band photos immediately alert the listeners what kind of music they can expect from this juvenile Latin squad; razor-sharp riffs and frenetic solos — supported by energetic pounding bass-drum combo, and commanded by the riotous and high-pitched vocals — have created a sense of aggression which will make one struggle to come to grips with the fact that the music was made in this decade instead of 70s or 80s. Expect a variety of classic style within their tracks, there is room for Accept and early Scorpion influenced heavy metal, speedy elements of Exiter, vibe of 70s rock n roll, thrashy aggression and of course appeal of NWOBHM.
Stream “Rage n’ Fever” exclusively here:
To buy the album:
Contact the band at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit Witches Brew’s bandcamp https://witchesbrewthrashes.bandcamp.com/album/rage-n-fever
Nico Cattoni — Vocals, Guitars
Ignacio Irigoin — Guitars
Michel Amir — Bass
German Bobb — Drums
Recorded, Mixed & Mastered by Carlos Soutullo at Studio Enfermo.
Artwork by Mario Lopez
1. Rage n’ Fever
2. Night on Fire
3. My Own Grave
4. The Flame
5. Evil Hand
6. Time Has Come
7. Runner of Death
8. Back in the Oven
9. Witching Hour (Originally by Venom)
10. Desperadoes (Originally by Charger)
More information at: https://www.facebook.com/raptoreofficial