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1See You In Hell6:37
2The Reaper3:14
3Wicked Caresses6:43
5Mourning Of The Magicians11:15
6Hear The Sirens Scream...8:44


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
W004, SPINE754235Electric Wizard Wizard Bloody Wizard ‎(LP, Album)Witchfinder Records, Spinefarm RecordsW004, SPINE754235UK & Europe2017
SPINE754232Electric Wizard Wizard Bloody Wizard ‎(CD, Album)Witchfinder Records, Spinefarm Records, Caroline AustraliaSPINE754232Australia & New Zealand2017
SPINE754234, 004Electric Wizard Wizard Bloody Wizard ‎(Cass, Album, Ltd)Spinefarm Records, Witchfinder RecordsSPINE754234, 004US2017
SPINE754232, W004Electric Wizard Wizard Bloody Wizard ‎(CD, Album)Spinefarm Records, Witchfinder RecordsSPINE754232, W004Europe2017
W004, 2557542356Electric Wizard Wizard Bloody Wizard ‎(LP, Album)Witchfinder Records, Spinefarm RecordsW004, 2557542356US2017


  • Artwork By, DesignJus Oborn
  • BassClayton Burgess
  • Cover, Photography ByLiz Buckingham
  • DrumsSimon Poole
  • EngineerGarrett Morris
  • GuitarLiz Buckingham
  • Guitar, VocalsJus Oborn
  • Lacquer Cut ByGreg Moore
  • ManagementMark Lewis
  • Mastered BySimon Heyworth
  • Mixed ByJus Oborn
  • ProducerJus Oborn, Liz Buckingham
  • TechnicianChris Fielding


Recorded at Satyr IX Recording Studio
April 2016 - Feb 2017
℗ & © 2017 Electric Wizard

- Gatefold Cover
- Download Card
- Printed Innersleeve
- 60X90 cm Poster

Clear vinyl is limited to 1000 copies.

The size of the cover is slightly bigger than normal: H32,6cm x W32,1cm

Códigos de barras

  • Barcode: 602557542363
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A - Hand-etched): MPO 0602557542356 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B - Hand-etched): Greg @ FT MPO F 0602557542356 B Turn On, Turn In...Drop Dead


  • Licensed To – Spinefarm Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Electric Wizard
  • Copyright (c) – Electric Wizard
  • Recorded At – Satyr IX Recording Studio
  • Pressed By – MPO
  • Lacquer Cut At – Finyl Tweek



Wizard Bloody Wizard - Electric Wizard. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Wizard Bloody Wizard is the ninth studio album by English doom metal band Electric Wizard released on 17 November 2017, three years after their previous album Time to Die. Though some music critics noted an overall change in the band's sound from their usual doom formula towards a slightly more hard rock approach. Band: Electric Wizard Album: Wizard Bloody Wizard Label: Spinefarm Records 0:00 See You In Hell 6:41 Necromania 12:57 Hear The Sirens Scream 21:45 The. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей. Electric Wizard - Wizard Bloody Wizard 2017. To favorites 10 Download album. Listen album. Stoner Doom. Electric Wizard. Страна: Великобритания Jus Oborn - Guitars, Vocals 1993-present ex-Eternal, ex-Lord of Putrefaction, ex-Thy Grief Eternal, ex-Morbicus Liz Buckingham - Guitars 2003-present ex-13, ex-Sourvein, ex-Never Simon Poole - Drums 2012, 2014-present Clayton Burgess - Bass 2014-present Satan's Satyrs, Terraset. Songs in album Electric Wizard - Wizard Bloody Wizard 2017. Electric Wizard - See You In Hell. Electric Wizard - Necromania. Are Electric Wizard still the heaviest band in the Universe Maybe yes, maybe no, but their ongoing commitment to the primordial stomp of their own private world, governed by weed and the Dark Lord, makes the question almost beside the point. 2017's Wizard Bloody Wizard presents the band in strong and primal form - like 2014's Time to Die, this finds them stripping away what little gingerbread their sound had gained since 2000's Dopethrone and focusing on their core influences of Black Sabbath, Blue Cheer, and unmelodic Led Zeppelin. This music moves forward slowly but relentlessly, like Godzilla making his way to your village to destroy everything in sight. Electric Wizard discography main. Time to Die 2014. Electric Wizard discography all. See You in Hell 2017. Live Maryland Deathfest 2012 2018. Wizard Bloody Wizard. Type: Full-length. Listen free to Electric Wizard Wizard Bloody Wizard See You In Hell, Necromania and more. 6 tracks 42:54. Posted Nov 21, 2017 11:53 AM. Ultimate Guitar. A couple things to address: 1 Don't send me requests to review your album. a contact high. This is a fact that does not change at all over the other five songs on Wizard Bloody Wizard, with all of the songs featuring a hazy 70s feel. Necromania is a sludgy, drone-y song with a riff that repeats for nearly the entire six minutes of its length, underpinning some monotone vocals. Conceived in antithesis to the tediously technically proficient metal thats abundant these days, EWs ninth album takes joy-doom to another level. Their riffs match the fuzziness of their weed-fogged minds

Descargar Electric Wizard - Wizard Bloody Wizard
Artista: Electric Wizard
Género: Rock
Título: Wizard Bloody Wizard
País: UK & Europe
Liberado: 10 Nov 2017
Estilo: Doom Metal, Stoner Rock
MP3 álbum: 2278 mb
FLAC álbum: 2992 mb
Clasificación: 4.8
Votos: 393
Fuente: Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Clear
№ Catálogo: W004, SPINE754236
Etiqueta: Witchfinder Records, Spinefarm Records

Electric Wizard have always been a band that wore its Black Sabbath influence on its sleeve but if you couldn't really make out the picture they were painting through all the haze of larger than death fuzz guitars and generally choked out drum sounds (...because the fuzz was so overblown) you'd miss the reference. Electric Wizard took the tropes of what would be defined as Doom Metal and did their due diligence in keeping it slow but kept the groove and did that a lot better than some of the heavyweights building modern Doom in the 80's and 90's. Overall, Sabbath never quite dragged as slow as this and never sounded as enormous on any record of theirs. Eventually, Electric Wizard based the pace of entire albums (Witchcult Today, Black Masses) on a relatively faster but still very moderate tempo. A few tracks here and there would be upbeat like classic punk but still bogged down by super saturated guitars and chromatic and tri-tone based chord structures before a series of "sped up" albums. But now, they've gone from borrowing the 60's and 70's film grain in their album accompanying artwork and have taken to blending their own sonic evolution in performance style and dressed it up in the actual audible aesthetic of the 60's and 70's. There are definitely rhythmic nods to past decades but when making those references on earlier EW albums, it still reeked of modern Doom with a throwback aesthetic. Wizard Bloody Wizard, in all of its titular referential glory, doesn't just sound like a nod to Sabbath. Its sounds like they hopped in a time machine and did this recording under the absolute strictures of the limitations and enhancements of the audio recording technology in the era of the first 4 Black Sabbath LPs. Its sounds like the same amps, same mics, same console, same preamps, etc. that would have been populated by the engineers of the late 60's through early 70's were used to make WBW. Now, all that said, the actual cadence of the flow of the album as a whole, the flow of each individual track, and the timbre of Jus Oborn's vocals are decidedly Electric Wizard in all of the collected stylized accumulation of influence and creativity upon which the band has built their name through all the years and personnel changes. Each time you think the guitars are going to go full Iommi, they get reigned back into that thing that defines Electric Wizard's own voice. Some of the tastiest passages of music are when Liz and Jus's guitars entangle in just the right segments of lead line harmonization that harks back to Iommi's style of harmony but it still feels like an impromptu coincidence of the band improvising these songs into existence. The production style of this album could have been applied to songs that sounded like the band's more modern take on the genre they have helped define but it wouldn't be as effective. As much as the albums feels like was born of jamming ideas over and over then collecting the pieces and assembling them into songs, it also sounds like large chunks were outright intentionally written deliberately to sound exactly as they do and pondering this while listening is part of the charm of this album. I can see why long time fans might be turned off by this stylistic change, or rather this very direct focus on a specific aspect of Electric Wizard's influences. It doesn't sound like the typical celestially powered destruction that they have created on most of their earlier albums. It doesn't sound like the Sabbath/Iommi stomp taken from its mother and deconstructed and reassembled in a gory mess. It sounds like coming full circle and reconstructing that gory mess into something like the source it was originally taken from and that may be too foreign for those who have become accustomed to the mess. I think time will prove that this album will be rediscovered by the naysayers. If you hated it, come check on it in a year or two and see where it sits with you then. Its clear that Electric Wizard sought to make a sonic statement with Wizard Bloody Wizard. The statement truly is effective and is an example of one of the best sounding and sweetest grooving heavy albums in modern Doom. It seems like the band has come full circle and I'm excited to see where else they go from here. Kudos to Garrett Morris of Windhand fame for engineering on this record and helping to achieve the sonic glory displayed herein.
Bland, boring, uninspired. Electric Wizard have finally become a pale imitation of themselves with this release.Time to pack it up, EW.
I suspected there to be some emptiness inside, glancing at how its outside is presented. It does not seem like a very intelligent move by Ms. Buckingham, celebrating an imbalanced and exploitative exhibitionism and contributing to the reduction of in this case women to sexuality of the kind that is about as sustainable as a sneeze.