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Each song has an epic sound with very technical guitar riffs and solos that will make you play air guitar no matter where you are; fast drum beats that will make you headbang until your neck hurts; bass riffs that will fill your ears with an explosion of heavy metal, some keyboard sounds that create an awesome atmosphere for the songs and a breathtaking and powerful voice that will lead you through a valley of a high-pitched and melodic beauty.
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March Of The Night is the atmospheric, instrumental intro to this metal rendezvous. It sets the tone just nicely for Midnight Rush, where we get our first taste of Jessikill’s powerful vocals. Pounding along at an anthem-like pace, it delivers both musically and vocally. Metal Knights, the title track of the album is up next, with enough energy to put an entire stadium of headbangers into sheer ecstasy.
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If you ever wondered what Yngwie J. Malmsteen would sound like in a Dio or Iron Maiden sounding band with one of the best female singers around, Jessikill may well provide that answer. Guitarist Jyro Alejo is a master guitar shredder who can definitely cram in many notes a la Yngwie while playing ultra fast.
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MUSIPEDIA OF METAL
I knew that I'd probably like this album. Guess what? I do it's the kind of muscular, technical solo filled metal with furious blast beats, rumbling bass gallops, shredding guitars and glass shattering vocals.
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For a musician whose claim to fame occurred 3 1/2 decades ago, Neil Turbin demonstrated Friday night at Fitzgerald's he can still rock and sing like it's 1984. And he's not exactly opposed to allowing up-and-coming local artists join in on the fun.
Playing, ironically, 34 years to the day of his final performance with Anthrax in that band's native New York, the original vocalist of a group that went on to become one of thrash metal's Big 4 without him headlined the quaint San Antonio bar. And although he came to the Alamo City by his lonesome, Turbin's arrival and performance were made possible by Jessikill bassist Arturo "Knight" Alvarado, who served as the gig's promoter -- and much more.
Knight, guitar mate Jyro Alejo, vocalist Jessica Marie Espinoza Alejo and Jessikill in-transition drummer Marcel Biel served as Turbin's backing band, accompanied by rhythm guitarist Fernando Moreno.
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Ex-Anthrax singer Neil Turbin plays Anthrax heavy set with Jessikill as his back up band in Texas
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JESSIKILL LANDS NATIONAL TOUR OPENING FOR YNGWIE MALMSTEEN
Jessikill has opened for countless national and international acts throughout Texas over the years. The group served as the backing band in 2016 for former Judas Priest, Iced Earth and one-time Malmsteen vocalist Tim “Ripper” Owens and played Rocklahoma on a pair of occasions. Naturally, they’ve played San Antonio festivals such as Fiesta Oyster Bake and Siesta Fest. The upcoming tour, however, may outrank them all when it’s said and done.
But that’s not the only thing Jessikill has going on.