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DEAD RHETORIC.COM – AXMINISTER “THE STAIR-STEP CULTURAL GUITAR TO SNARE COMBINATIONS FOR “THE TRIALS OF HERCULES” BRINGS OUT THE MANOWAR FAN IN US ALL – WHILE THE SPEEDY DOUBLE KICK LOCOMOTIVE ASPECTS TO CLOSER “SANCTUS EQUITUS MORTIS” SURELY KEEP THE EARS PINNED FOR A CLOSER…IT’S CLEAR THAT YOU HAVE A SOLID SET OF MUSICIANS AND KEEN SONGWRITING ABILITIES – SO IF YOU WANT SOMETHING A BIT MORE DRAMATIC AND ADVENTUROUS IN YOUR THRASH AIRINGS, AXMINISTER COULD BE THAT DIFFERENCE MAKER FOR YOU.”
Dead Rhetoric.com – AxMinister“The stair-step cultural guitar to snare combinations for “The Trials of Hercules” brings out the Manowar fan in us all – while the speedy double kick locomotive aspects to closer “Sanctus Equitus Mortis” surely keep the ears pinned for a closer…It’s clear that you have a solid set of musicians and keen songwriting abilities – so if you want something a bit more dramatic and adventurous in your thrash airings, AxMinister could be that difference maker for you.”http://deadrhetoric.com/reviews/axminister-the-crucible-of-sin-self-released/
NOIZZE – AXMINISTER “AN EXCITING PIECE OF THRASH METAL. IT HAS A UNIQUE TOUCH TO IT THAT ALLOWS THE EP TO BE MEMORABLE, WHILST THE GUITARS MAKE IT VERY ENJOYABLE.”
Noizze – AxMinister“an exciting piece of Thrash Metal. It has a unique touch to it that allows the EP to be memorable, whilst the guitars make it very enjoyable.”http://www.noizze.co.uk/single-post/2018/05/01/AxMinister—The-Crucible-of-Sin-EP-Review
The Crucible of Sin is a great thrash/traditional metal album, showing strong influences from Iron Maiden, Megadeth, Slayer and Metallica to full effect.
FIREBRAND AFTER DARK – AXMINISTER “AXMINISTER ARE HAVING FUN WITH THESE FIVE HIGH OCTANE SONGS, AND IF YOU ENJOY NWOBHM THEN SO WILL YOU.”
Firebrand After Dark – AxMinister“AxMinister are having fun with these five high octane songs, and if you enjoy NWOBHM then so will you.” http://framemusic.net/2018/06/03/axminister-the-crucible-of-sin-2018/