Album Reviews

Omission - Pioneers Of The Storm

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Usually, I’m very open when it comes to bands playing old school Metal music. But I can’t really embrace this as far as Spain’s OMISSION is concerned. “Pioneers Of The Storm” is OMISSION’s third full length album and is one of the few different releases from them since their first discographic step in 2005. And frankly, a band that has been around for this long should sound better than this.

Written by Erika Wallberg Friday, 05 April 2013 16:28

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The Storyteller - Dark Legacy

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Sweden’s STORYTELLER is no new band in the Metal map. The guys from Sweden started up in 1995 and after several demo attempts they started delivering full albums from 2000 onward until 2005. And then there was silence... The band members resurfaced in various other projects until now when they felt a new CD could be accomplished. I had never crossed paths with this outfit in the past so here is my opinion on this new disc.

Written by Grigoris Chronis Tuesday, 02 April 2013 08:08

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A Hero For The World - A Hero For The World

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When dealing with albums like this one it’s impossible to misjudge the genre even by just looking at the cover artwork while keeping in mind the band’s moniker. Ok, let’s do some basic maths; A HERO FOR THE WORLD is the name of the band and a “Fighting The World” inspired art is in the cover, so the outcome of this equation laser-points where this album is standing genre-wise.

Written by Dimitris Kontogeorgakos Tuesday, 02 April 2013 08:08

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Gloryhammer - Tales From The Kingdom Of Fife

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I am pretty sure that all the Power metallers know all about the formation of GLORYHAMMER by ALESTORM’s frontman Christopher Bowes and already are spinning“Tales From The Kingdom Of Fife” (even if it has been released some days ago). There is nothing secret about this freshly created band especially when it comes to its musical direction that will not catch anyone off guard. The Scottish act shows up for the first time in the Metal scene with an album that tells a story involving magic, sorcery, heroes, swords etc, taking place in Medieval Scotland. I think you know what will happen as soon as the ‘play’ button has been pressed, right?

Written by Dimitris Kontogeorgakos Tuesday, 02 April 2013 08:08

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