A small release, but tightly packed with interesting and engaging songs.
Suffers from a lack of consistency.
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.
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.