Origin: Chicago, IL, USA
Genres: Power Metal
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Spirit Web  


Spirit Web is a side project for several Chicago metal players, notably Syris. That band's core (guitarist/vocalist) is here, and the style of Spirit Web's debut is dead identical to Syris' Unseen Forces album of a year ago -- 80's power metal, highlighted by the Dickenson/Dane-ish vocals of Scott Huffman (though he has since left the group). The songwriting and musicianship are in fine form here, though a nod towards contemporary metal might be nice too, as the style here is very much inspired by the 80's. This album (as well as Unseen Forces) are well-done in the field of eighties-style metal. After a three year wait, their second album, Far Beyond The Visual Mind, was released in late 2003.

Current Members

Randy Barron

vocals

Paul Speredes

guitars (Syris)

Brent Sullivan

bass (David Shankle Group, Mindwarp Chamber, Slauter Xstroyes)

Chuck White

drums (Ion Vein)

Former Members/Guests

Scott Huffman

vocals (Mindwarp Chamber, Syris, Twelfth Gate)

Tony Rios

drums


Discography



Spirit Web 
2000 Stentorian
  1. Ghostly Chill
  2. Seeping Shadows
  3. Cut You Loose
  4. Osiris Be Thy Judge
  5. Foolish Hope
  6. Once Beyond
  7. Madness Creeps
  8. Never Time
  9. Days Of Nowhere
  10. Undivine Intervention
  11. Reflections And Sighs
  • Scott Huffman
  • Paul Speredes
  • Brent Sullivan
  • Tony Rios

Reviews:   Lords Of Metal 



Spirit Web (re-release) 
2002 Mausoleum
  1. Ghostly Chill
  2. Seeping Shadows
  3. Cut You Loose
  4. Osiris Be Thy Judge
  5. Foolish Hope
  6. Once Beyond
  7. Madness Creeps
  8. Never Time
  9. Days Of Nowhere
  10. Undivine Intervention
  11. Reflections And Sighs
  12. Dream Never Ending*
  13. Blind Faith*




Far Beyond The Visual Mind 
2003 Mausoleum
  1. Slave
  2. The Game
  3. Fame and Glory
  4. Troubled Times
  5. Far Beyond The Visual Mind
  6. Miss Behaven
  7. Skies R Grey
  8. Hellbound Train
  9. Where 2 Begin
  10. From A Prince To A Pauper
  11. Bonus Track
  • Randy Barron
  • Paul Speredes
  • Brent Sullivan
  • Chuck White

Reviews:   Lords Of Metal  Metal Observer 

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