Panic Cell - CD Review of 'Bitter part of me'

Air Guitar 10 out of Ten
Head Banging 10 out of Ten
Melody 10 out of Ten
Passion 10 out of Ten
Attention keeping 10 out of Ten
Sit and listen 10 out of Ten
Quality of Songs 10 out of Ten
More Barnstorming thunderous heavy metal from Panic Cell, this Debut Album captures the 'Feel Good factor' at the same time as blowing your walls down, from the opening track 'Damn self pity' you knew no one would care if you cranked up the volume, which is a dangerous thing to do when you have the most massive track in modern Heavy Metal History following up, a most memorable Album with outstanding tracks all the way through, including the 'must have' ballad for the weak ones. It is fair to say that this one will be THE Heavy metal Album of 2004, buy it or blag it, but make sure you own it!

Press release:

Panic Cell

If Panic Cells' recent debut live performances are anything to go by, the band have a healthy future to look forward to. Aside from the responsive audiences frantically thrashing like mad, and the bands' ability to thrive on such energy, the new material presented to the masses was embraced like old favourite classics

Guitar - Kelly
Drums - Lee
Vocals - Luke
Guitar - Harj
Bass Guitar - Bobby

Released on Casket records
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