Review: Slough Feg – Ape Uprising 
Veteran underground traditional metal outfit Slough Feg have been known to walk a bit on the wild side throughout the course of their twenty plus year proto-metal existence and this unit’s latest release bares no exception. Interspersing the squad’s patented eccentricities with a confident swagger straight out of 1978 for all to see, the triumphant and tumultuous eight-track endeavor APE UPRISING takes it back to a time when metal was still in its gestation stage, slugging it out with punk rock rebellion and glam rock excess. Customarily springing from an impenetrable foundation of Sabbath, Maiden, and Thin Lizzy, Slough Feg have comprised a sci-fi concept album based around a simian overtaking of the world to a pulsating old school metal soundtrack laden with the sort of killer vintage tones and stellar musicianship that marvelously melds the dazzling twin guitar and pounding rhythmic wares of UFO, Judas Priest, and other luminaries from the seminal NWOBHM days. Slough Feg’s most recent disc renders a durable and dependable lesson in metal with a smorgasbord of exhilarating twists and turns along the way. www.cruzdelsurmusic.com –Mike SOS
Slough Feg is Michael Scalzi (Vocals/Guitar), Angelo Tringali (Guitar), Adrian Maestas (Bass), & Harry Cantwell (Drums).
- “The Unchback of Notre Doom”
- “Ape Uprising”
- “Simian Manifesto”
- “Shakedown at the Six”
- “White Cousin”
- “Ape Outro”
- “Nasty Hero”
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