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On this new amazing album, the band shows less baroque elements, heavier guitars and a more powerful sound than on their previous recordings. the tracks are more straight-forward than in the past, as the band wanted to be more focused on finding the right melodies than on an overloaded production. With a touch of Labyrinth and Kamelot, ... more/mehr
After an orchestral intro the power metal players from Dark Moor begin their song “The Chariot” with a music, which is quite similar to Nightwish. But with Dark Moor you have no female front voice which serves much for the quality of the record. “The Star” is then even more bombastic and reminds you sometimes of Sirenia.
After their debut "Twelve Years Silence" and an EP called "The Black Porch Acoustic Session" there was but silence from the alternative Rock band, which was built up from members of Sevendust, Evanescence, Virgos Merlot and Eye Empire.
Before the release of their next album, Warner let them down and they all concentrated ... more/mehr
Caution!: Melodic yet aggressive Swedish Death Metal is turning in your stero!
Mighty sound fills the room, the heavy-aggressive voice of singer Mikael Stanne joins in, fast and complex Riffs change with perfectly placed Keyboardsounds, suddenly occurring breaks leave the listener with the chance for a short breath ...
This is the third release by German Black Metal band Dark Tribe titled Archaic Visions, It came six years after their last output. That´s a pretty long time, especially when you realise that the first track on the new album continues the Forgotten One series from their 2002 debut „Geboren an den Ufern des Wahnsinns“ - even though ... more/mehr