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01. Speed On
02. Curse You Salem
03. Voodoo
04. Hail Ceasar
05. Ravenous
06. Mr Twisted
07. Love At First Bite
08. Secrets We Keep
09. Whiskey Psycho Hellions
10. Hiding In Shadows
11. Blood Angel

Wolf , the synonym for what oldschool metal stands for, release their fifth album with Ravenous. Holding on to a real 80’s style of pure heavy metal, it must be bloody hard to keep on making interesting albums, but Wolf does!! Ravenous again is a timeless gem of heavy metal without compromises. The opener Speed On immediately shows what Wolf is about, if you didn’t know yet; simple, but very catchy and heavy as lead riffs, great sharp vocal lines, a pounding rhythm section, razor sharp guitar solos, but above all; superb songwriting! All song melodies and text lines almost instantly stick into your brain, something that makes every Wolf album a winner. Picking a best song is a bit hard, but I think Curse you Salem even stands above the rest a bit. Especially singer Niclas has taken his vocals a pitch up and sounds really awesome. The production of the album, done by Roy Z Roy (Priest, Dickinson, Helloween, Rob Rock, etc….) is of outstanding high quality and some guests (Hank Sherman & Marc Boals) put the cherry on the pie. I’m not sure I can call it the best Wolf album, I still think Evil Star is their masterpiece, but Ravenous without a single doubt is a must have for every traditional heavy metal fan.

  Rating: 91 /100

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