A very strong album.
Occasionally fun, but incoherent and weirdly anachronistic.
It’s got a steel dragon shooting lasers on the cover and that’s basically what it sounds like.
Neat offering of dark ambient and metal, but way too short.
While it may not be traditional to call any variety of black metal “fun,” this album is nothing but that.
I would call this album an enjoyable experience.
A very familiar listen that won’t turn any heads.
Music that would fit very nicely in the record collections of many classic heavy metal fans.
There’s a word to describe a record like this, and that word is “banger.”
Hellions of Fire is an album that reminds me why I love metal.