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Serpent Throne

Serpent Throne

Arguably Philadelphia's best kept secret, Serpent Throne represent an authentic and righteous linkage to the revered '70's acts of yore. And much like the best Black Sabbath, Thin Lizzy, Blue Cheer, Leafhound, Pentagram, and Sir Lord Baltimore had to offer, White Summer - Black Winter sounds effortless because, well, it's a work of genius, folks. It's confident but not cocky, swinging and stomping and shredding in all the right places...and did I mention the goddamn RIFFS?

Play this record for your old man and watch that twinkle in his eyes return. Or beat the crowd and start learning those Serpent Throne covers that all the cool bands will be doing ten years from now...

White Summer • Black Winter Cover
  • White Summer • Black Winter
  • Rock, Heavy Metal
  • Serpent Throne
  • 10/31/2010
  • White Summer • Black Winter
Liner Notes:
  1. Headed for an Unmarked Grave
  2. White Summer • Black Winter
  3. Controlled By Lunar Forces
  4. March of the Druids
  5. Riff Forest
  6. Pagan Eclipse
  7. Four Winds
  8. Mushroom Cloud
  9. Last Spark of the Sun
The Battle of Old Crow Cover
  • The Battle of Old Crow
  • Rock, Heavy Metal
  • Serpent Throne
  • 02/19/2011
  • The Battle of Old Crow
Liner Notes: Serpent Throne's "The Battle Of The Old Crow" is the follow up to their masterpiece "Ride Satan Ride" which is a total classic in its own right so it was a pleasant surprise to find this album is even better. First up it must be pointed out that this is an instrumental record. I am one of those people that loves riffs and wants a lot of them,the more the better and "Serpent Throne" have some of the best riffs you will ever hear.This album is a riff fest from start to finish and while most bands like this would be searching for another "Ozzy Osbourne" wannabe to fill the vocal spot,"Serpent Throne" have so much to offer the riff junkie that vocals are really unnecessary.The band is one half Fuzzed Out Stoner Rock and one half 70's inspired Twin Guitar Shredding Hard Rock.Some of the more obvious influences are Sabbath,Lizzy,Mountain,Captain Beyond,Leafhound,Budgie but there is a strong element of early 80's Doom Rock like Pagan Altar and Witchfinder General.This is pure party Stoner Rock,the perfect companion to a smoking/drinking session and its so good that the 10 tracks fly by you leaving you craving more.Production on this album is made for this type of music,the guitars are front and center and everything has just the right amount of punch.Not much point in doing a track by track analysis because all the tracks flow in each other with ease,this is a band that could come up with a 60 minute epic without any problem at all.They have a kind of big riff grandiosity which gets lost in some other dirty Stoner Rocking bands and this may sound cheesy but if you think you might be too old for air guitar then give this band a listen. DOOMANTIA REVIEW 9.5/10
  1. The Battle of Old Crow
  2. Speed Queen
  3. Rock Formation
  4. One Percenter
  5. Red Moon Harvest
  6. Snakecharmer
  7. Led By Vultures
  8. As the Serpent Descends
  9. White Buffalo
  10. Thirteen Mountains
Ride Satan Ride Cover
  • Ride Satan Ride
  • Rock, Heavy Metal
  • Serpent Throne
  • 08/08/2011
  • Ride Satan Ride
Liner Notes:
  1. Ride Satan Ride
  2. Wheels of Satan
  3. Veil of the Black Witch
  4. Crucifer
  5. Blood Rites
  6. Chrome Wolf
  7. Back Stabbeth
  8. Satan Will Guide Us
  9. L.S.D (Lawless Soldiers of the Devil)
Brother Lucifer Cover
  • Brother Lucifer
  • Heavy Metal, Rock
  • Serpent Throne
  • 04/23/2013
  • Brother Lucifer
Liner Notes:
  1. Foxtrot Tango Whiskey
  2. Enough Rope to Hang Yourself
  3. Devil's Breath
  4. Brother Lucifer
  5. WidowMaker
  6. As the Crow Flies
  7. Fubar
  8. Napalm Mourning