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“This is technical, precision thrash with a classic feel but a modern production sheen and even a touch of progressive musicianship in among the sheet-metal riffage and barking aggression. KKKK” – Paul Travers, reviewing ‘Unholy Feast’ in Kerrang! May 3rd 2008.

British Thrash Metal masters The More I See release their second, full-on monster of an album, ‘The Unholy Feast’, on Transcend Records, distributed by Cargo, on June 16th. ‘The Unholy Feast’ contains twelve tracks bursting with massive aggression and power that never comes at the expense of huge hooks and instantly addictive choruses, is packed with classic, crunching thrash riffs loaded with melody, hooks, drive and passion, and every song matters; there are no fillers.

The More I See were formed by guitarist Gizz Butt, who, inspired by a great number of years spent peddling his musical wares in cult Punk band English Dogs and then the Prodigy to people all over the planet, took care to recruit like minded missionaries who shared the same passion, technical ability and desire to tear the roof off every venue that was brave enough to book them.

Gizz came away from the Prodigy with the same sense of inclusivity that Prodigy main man Liam Howlett encouraged: “I think opening up is important and treating everyone like they’re on a level so you are bringing people in, involving people in the song writing. It is crucial to have the feeling that everyone feels like it is their band. Their voices are heard and their riffs are included. We don’t slam the door in people’s faces.”


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  • Zach216

    TREMENDOUS new album, I'd say by far the best. The Wolves Are Hungry was always my favorite but this one probably beats it!!!

    1 Sep 2013 Reply
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  • monisiowaty

    great show last night \m/

    7 Sep 2012 Reply
  • Zach216

    Was listening to 'The Wolves Are Hungry' and thought "Why did I stop listening to this GREAT band?" then I went to 'The Unholy Feast' and now I remember why. Talk about a band ditching their roots, following a trend and losing sight of EVERYTHING that made them cool on "Wolves". Awesome groovy riffs (Dimebag-esque some of them!), great hooks, superb melodies (Paralysed, Chez Wrong, Born Freaks) and leads that fit, were appropriate and tasteful, not shreddy ... "Feast" was more of a famine... 'Decadence Within' is a badass song and has some of the qualities from that first record but overall that album sucks!!! I was so disappointed as a teen, it still disappoints me today *sigh*

    30 May 2012 Reply
  • Septacle

    Cruel joke

    8 Nov 2011 Reply
  • evilJazz

    While I like the music on the previous albums, the re-recorded vocal stuff on "Tread The Darker Path" just isn't worth the money. That is really disappointing, I had high hopes for these guys. Don't get me wrong, I still love the music.

    3 Jul 2010 Reply
  • E_R_P

    бля! ну ниибаца как круто!

    13 May 2010 Reply
  • BenOnUserstyles

    nice drumming

    2 May 2010 Reply
  • VeiNMaster25

    anyone have a lyrics this awsome band ??

    3 Mar 2010 Reply
  • Zach216

    The Unholy Feast overall is a disappointment for me... I had a feeling from like 2 years ago when they put up Ratcather and Forbidden. Chad just doesn't have the vocal range to keep all these songs interesting and then musically when most of the songs are all thrash based it starts to lose it's memorability. Few cool songs and parts, but liked Wolves are Hungry much more.

    24 Oct 2008 Reply
  • fear57

    I'm looking for "The Unholy Feast" =S

    5 Oct 2008 Reply
  • evilJazz

    Amazing band, great music! The Unholy Feast is probably my favorite album release of 2008. It's a real shame the album is really hard to get here in Germany, Import only. Now waiting for the album CD to arrive... Anyway, in the meantime I bought the 320 kbps MP3s directly from their label Transcend Music.

    10 Sep 2008 Reply
  • Zach216

    Love these guys, can't wait to hear The Unholy Feast finally!

    16 May 2008 Reply
  • JDonovan

    Just got a free CD with MetalHammer of theirs. Pretty good stuff.

    4 May 2008 Reply
  • Zach216

    No new record, goodness!

    8 Jan 2008 Reply
  • cellard0or

    The More I See Box is NOT empty!

    8 Jan 2007 Reply
  • rummelniggel

    Join the Hamburg Records Group

    5 Dec 2006 Reply

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