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Slough Feg
CD Reviews
Atavism
Review by Mike Korn
Right now, Slough Feg is the best pure heavy metal band in America. That's a mighty bold statement to make, but one listen to "Atavism" will back it up.
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Hardworlder
Review by Gary Hill
I’ve thought and thought about how to express my thoughts about this CD in as succinct and clear a way as possible and here it is: I love it! I have never heard this band before, although I’ve definitely heard of them.
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Interviews
Slough Feg
Interview by Mike Korn
Interview with Mike Scalzi of Slough Feg From 2005



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Hammers of Misfortune
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Hammers of Misfortune - The August Engine
Review by Mike Korn
Here is one of the most delightful experiences I have ever had as a critic. Completely ignorant of this band and having no expectations at all, I find Hammers of Misfortune to be a totally original and invigorating unit.
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Hammers of Misfortune - The Locust Years
Review by Gary Hill
If I had to pick my favorite musical genre it would definitely be progressive rock, but heavy metal would come in a close second.

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