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March 18, 2020:
Annual Donation Drive Postponed
With everything going on in the world right now, people have more important
concerns and priorities to deal with, so I am postponing the annual Heavy Harmonies
Donation Drive until later in 2020. Stay safe everyone! -Dan
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: February 28, 2018 at 10:25|
|Can an 80s Christian metal band still deliver the goods two decades later? Yes, thank God (who else?). This comeback album has something to offer every Bloodgood fan. The band seems cognizant of the fact that different folks enjoy different aspects of their sound and strove to satisfy them all. The band cranks out classic metal riffs crossed with hard rock chops, Les Carlsen still sings with one of the most distinctive rasps in the history of holy metal, and founder Michael Bloodgood continues to write blatant gospel lyrics. Musically, this is classic Bloodgood, heavy at times, melodic at others, but almost always high quality. Bottom line, this is a good album. Not perfect...but expecting perfection from a band that has been incognito for 23 years would be like expecting a retired stunt motorcyclist to break the world’s record on his very first comeback jump. The band is very good--at times nearly great--and dancing that dangerously close to greatness is good enough.
||Date: February 28, 2018 at 13:38|
|i m fan of this christian band,"all stand together" their best record is an exceptional record."rock in a hard place "is so an excellent realise.here for their come back i think that this album have his moments.tracks 18.104.22.168 and 10 are great but the other songs.......wow it s mediocre absoluty not at my taste.this come back for me first was a pleasant surprise but after having listen all the record it s a big deception.
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