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REBELHEAD - FIGHTBACK - WHIRLWIND  
This band’s biography ranks right up there with some of the best and most aggrandizing ever. Never mind that the band describes itself as “Finnish redneck-metal” despite the real lack of sunshine in that country and a million other reasons, for the biography admits that the band’s sound is based on “plagiarizing” and moreover that the group “decided to start from the most important thing, the name of the band.” Unbelievably frank and funny.
Rebelhead, aside from a penchant for combing words in its name and titles, could easily be compared to the groovy metal of late Entombed. The shouted vocals, sporadic drumming, riff-oriented groove guitars and the song titles all indicate a massive Entombed influence. The other names permissible are Hatebreed (composite) and Black label Society (should have been Blacklabelsociety). Not my exact favourite type of metal by a long mile, but popular nonetheless. The band obviously needs a larger profile, but it can start its musical upswing by obtaining a more original sound, eliminating the dreaded backing vocals and working on incorporating a little more aggression of which songs like At The Point Of Death demonstrate the band is capable. - Ali “The Metallian”




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