Spell For None And All on Limited Edition LP
As any true devotee will recognize, the creation of heavy metal that genuinely chills the blood and raises the goosebumps is about more than carefully constructed stylistic posturing, more than slavish devotion to the diabolus-in-musica rulebook, and more than a devotedly purchased vinyl collection of crypt-kicking classics. It's a feeling, an atmosphere, and an attitude that together prove hard to quantify, and even harder for the casually acquainted to summon. No such worries for Vancouver's Spell however, who display on their second full-length and Bad Omen Records debut For None And All that they're in possession of more heart, chutzpah and sinister sleight-of-hand than a dozen of their contemporaries. For None And All was recorded entirely to analogue tape. No digital editing or digital trickery took place, just many hours of hard live playing.