7 Songs, 49 Minutes


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3.6 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

Dezmodius ,

An actual review

I don't think "blaaa" qualifies as a review so I'm compeled to write one and REASSURE those of you out there that "Let Us Prey" is every bit of an awesome Electric Wizard album as one would expect. I was a bit apprehensive when I read a review of this several years ago stating this record as more of a "departure". That is crap. Sure they tried a few things new one here but this album is fantastic and frankly I welcome some surprises. I was so relieved and impressed with "Let Us Prey". I believe all E-WIZ fans will be too.

Nirvana1555 ,


This album is amazing and I hate the fact that it is over shadowed by dopethrone .yes dopethrone is one of the best CDs made but let us prey is still a great piece of work it's still heavy and has a very trippy feel to it . It may not be for ever electric wizard fan but it's one of my favorites

gt Rockspin ,

Let Us Prey does not deliver the goods

I have listened to every Electric Wizard album extensively, and as a fan, I have to say that this is the band's most disappointing album, by far. I'll always love Electric Wizard, but Let Us Prey wasn't a gem by any means. I would agree that the album suffered from inconsistancies and became recycled in its sound.

If there is one good track on the album, that is "Master of Alchemy". It has an enormous redeeming quality to it that just might make Let Us Prey worth your buck. And, of course, no die-hard Wizard fan should be without it.

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