Undeniably entertaining tracks in Gloryhammer‘s low budget spin-off.
Cheesy lyrics and melodies on a record mostly composed by Sebastian “Seeb” Levermann (Orden Ogan), who contacted Thomas Winkler as soon as the news about his exit from Gloryhammer went public. The sound doesn’t change too much comparing to his former band, with most of the songs being cheesy power metal but somehow adding a Manowar feel to it in tracks such as “Sixcalibur”. This can’t be called quality writing but McSix gets away with catchy songs and numerous funny lyrics -with pun intended against his old bandmates, don’t miss the bonus “Just a Fool Will Play Tricks on Angus McSix-.
Production is a more Amaranthed version of Gloryhammer‘s previous record, like a B-movie spin-off with more green screen, cheesy effects and way more autotune and pitch correction. In the end it works for the record, opening up a world of possibilities for Winkler, a singer that was fired from his previous band because his lack of performance, something that made him suggest a pre-recorded vocal track (something that he seems to be already doing).