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Seen those reunited Sanctuary vids?

Discussion in 'Old School Metal Discussion' started by SickBoy, Jan 24, 2011.

  1. SickBoy

    SickBoy Croatian Panzer division

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    Sanctuary will be headlining one of the nights of ProgPowerUSA in Atlanta Georgia, so I will get to see them. Maybe they will have a new album by then as well.

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    Warrel sounds bad...figured he wouldn't be able to do that old stuff justice anymore. An obscure 80s band that wasn't very popular even then...for ProgPower USA. Can't see this helping to sell tickets.
     
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    Well, Warrel IMO sounded thin and shrieky on two Sanctuary releases and especially the debut, whereas he improved his voice greatly during the break before the Nevermore debut. I always thought of his Sanctuary vocals as being high for the sake of singing high, not because it was natural for him or it suited the songs best...
    I think he sang quite well on those vids.
     
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    I thought he sounded pretty good on everything except "White Rabbit" (which used a lot of effects) and I am a tough critic on live performances.

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