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Category: Melodic Metal
Label: A2Z Records/Milestone Music (United Kingdom)
Catalog Number: A2Z 85009
|1.||A Passage to God||0:40|
|6.||Queen of Swords||8:54|
|7.||New Age Warning||4:19|
|12.||The Language of Menace acoustic version||6:40|
|Total Running Time:||62:35|
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|From: espo||Date: March 31, 2003 at 19:33|
|Good melodic "adult" metal in a complete (old) Queensryche emulation style. Tony Mills is a perfect Geoff Tate clone as well. Faults or qualities? It's a matter of taste.|
|From: FM||Date: May 11, 2003 at 2:40|
|IMO this is a great cd. Solid tracks, very good guitar work and a fantastic singer. "Queen of Swords" alone is worth the entire money. Not to mention the two really cool acoustic songs at the end. Yeah, there are Queensryche echoes here and there, but I think this record is definitely personal enough.|
|From: infinity||Date: December 22, 2003 at 8:01|
|this is definitely one of my favourite post-queensryche album...a MUST for all epic-melodic-fans!!!|
|From: Rycheage||Date: January 14, 2004 at 1:22|
|Melodic metal fans will rave over this one...it has that sweet, smoooth sound we all love from bands like this.It's too bad that we have to wane through tons of stinkers before we get to the creamy stuff like this one. If you like it melodic, if you love EXCELLENT vocalists the way I do, this one will be right up your alley ...|
|From: Geoff||Date: September 6, 2004 at 2:17|
|Another top quality release, though I think I prefer the debut. Same problem with the debut in that I'm not sure Tony's voice is powerful enough for the heavier music, but judging by the comments above everyone else loves the vocals, so guess it's just me. :-D Good solid hard rock release either way.|
|From: Deenfan||Date: January 19, 2005 at 2:39|
|After the utterly brilliant "...menace", this started out on the wrong foot with me. The moment the guitars come in, they remind me of Pantera, and that can't be good. Still, the new guitarists have a nice tone to their solo's, instead of the bumblebees of the past. The vocals are too low in the mix, because they ARE the main attraction, and Siam's biggest selling point. But else, this album sounds like a lot more work was put into it, and the songs are mostly up there with the debut.|
|From: metal4life||Date: April 23, 2008 at 19:45|
|This is a fantastic release - one of my all time favorites. As mentioned, Tony Mills does sound a bit like Tate. While tonally different, he has much of the same range and power. Simply put, a great singer. The guitar work is top notch and the production is superb. The songs are perhaps the true highlight of this disc - like Operation Mindcrime, but heavier. In short: This is the best album Queensryche never recorded. HIGHLY recommended.|
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