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Members of Napalm Death and Benediction swap razed-earth grind for old-school heavy metal, with screeching vocals and soaring riffs aplenty. The Last Stand by Sabaton. The Swedish band weave historical truths into ferocious war hymns, riddled with bombastic bagpipes and lightning-speed riffs. The Fallen King by Frozen Crown. No one can tell if heaven is hell No one can sell my life for a day Time to be free, to fly f.. Cast Under his spell Blinding my eyes Twisting my mind Fight to resist the evil inside..
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The quintet Epsilon from Austria was formed around and struggled with a lineup change recently. With this new lineup, they entered the Stage One Studio to complete their second full length album with renowned producer Andy Classen. One thing is for sure, if Andy is involved, the sound quality is always top-notch!
Vocalist Krise, responsible for the lyrics of the songs, deliberate the self-perception of mankind, its misconduct and ethical action. Interesting themes that really fit to a band that likes to play in the extreme scene. A pace that is decisive and vocals that are really brutal and heavy.
About the vocal chords of Krise, I must remark that they sound really unusual. A special notification is necessary for the drumming skills of Urge. Musical wise, things are sorted out decently. The songs sound great, but I miss attitude and variety. Hellstorm Recordz. Review by Nathan McLeod. RIP Chuck. It's not 'boring'.
It's not 'repetative' musically. The vocals are not 'horrid'. There's 'direction' in other words. That's a tough one as 'numerous' artists come to mind as 'simultaneously' cannot pinpoint one, two, a few. I'd say some 'Obituary' crossed with 'AbsentiA'. Hats off to these lads with the 'whole' DIY with the 'production', 'engineering', etc. Bass recorded by John Yates. Band photo by Luc Delorme. As the logo indicates, it should be the band that released a brilliant EP in that softened my teens!
How can I describe the feeling when this first full length album dropped into my mailbox? Excitement, curious and perhaps with trembling hands I offered the disc to my CD player, hoping that the next miracle would take place.PERFORMER "Elvenstorm" INDEX 01 TRACK 10 AUDIO TITLE "Dawn Of Destruction" PERFORMER "Elvenstorm" INDEX 01 TRACK 11 AUDIO TITLE "Soulreaper (Bonus Track)" PERFORMER "Elvenstorm" INDEX 01 TRACK 12 AUDIO TITLE "Sworn To The Dark (Bonus Track)" PERFORMER "Elvenstorm" INDEX 01