Calgary horror-rock vets Forbidden Dimension have been churning out spookily wonderful records for more than two decades now. They have never really achieved much beyond cult status fame here in Canada and in listening to The Golden Age of Lasers, it is puzzling why that is. The group’s punk-influenced / buzzsaw guitar sound and vocalist Jackson Phibes seemingly naturally eerie voice will almost definitely appeal to fans of fellow horror punk-rock bands such as The Misfits, except the Dimension is a whole lot more fun. Highlights include album opener Where’s My Wolves, the title track, Wild Old Wolfman and compelling instrumental track Loathsome Charlie.
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