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Artist: Siam

Title: The Language of Menace

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Category: Melodic Metal/Hard Rock

Year: 1994

Label: Now and Then (United Kingdom)

Catalog Number: NTHEN


Tony Mills vocals
Chris Ward Evans lead guitar
Darren Horton rhythm guitar
Andy Faulkner bass
Pano Moullaris drums


1.  The Language of Menace  4:28
2.  Open Your Eyes  3:51
3.  Signals of Intuition  5:20
4.  Midnight Connection  4:34
5.  It Ain't Easy  4:48
6.  The Search  4:06
7.  Cato Street  4:08
8.  The Fall  4:57
9.  So Wild Is Our World  3:55
10.  Nightfight to Heaven  4:26
11.  The Last Sunrise  5:45
Total Running Time:  50:18

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Morgan Date: August 9, 2002 at 20:52
This album is pretty good but the next one 'Prayer' was excellent, like old Queensryche on steriods.

From: FM Date: July 15, 2003 at 12:12
Agreed, this is a good album but not quite lives up to its successor, "Prayer". Worth buying, nonetheless. You can't go wrong with Tony Mills!

From: Infinity Date: December 22, 2003 at 8:11
Tony Mills sings fantastic at this "empire"-soundalike album.

From: Eugenio "Waite" Date: January 9, 2004 at 22:17
Amazing good melodic material with the Late Early 90's Queensryche trade mark, but much more melodic hard rock aproach. Without any wish of making feel any bad Mr. Tate bad, Tony Mills can't be beaten in any fucking style. He is just out of this world singer. 90/100

From: Rycheage Date: February 28, 2004 at 14:24
Fantastic hard rock in the Queensryche "Rage For Order" vein. "The Search" is a good hard rocking tune which sounds like a cross between Judas Priest and Pink Cream 69. "Midnight Connection" sounds like Shy. "Nightflight To Heaven" is the CD's top notch song. Soaring vocal choruses and excellent guitar work on this one.

From: Geoff Date: September 6, 2004 at 2:15
I actually quite like these albums, I'm just not sold on Tony's voice and how well it suits the material. Don't get me wrong, I love Tony in Shy but with the heavier musical backing I'm not sure his voice is powerful enough. That said, this is a very, very good collection og songs and at the end of the day the songs are the winner! Good riff filled hard rock.

From: meradona Date: January 17, 2005 at 10:53
Me gusta mucho, un gran disco , si es muy queensryche pero con personalidad, aunque no estoy muy de acuerdo con la comparacion de Tony Mills con Geoff Tate, yo creo que son distintos, tal vez Mills es un vocalista mas para musica aor o hard , en cambio Tate tiene mas poderio, mas fuerza, en definitiva para mi es mas cantante y con bastante diferencia, yo veo mas a Mills con Shy que en este estilo. Pero este disco es buenisimo y el Prayer tambien 8/10

From: Deenfan Date: January 19, 2005 at 2:32
I like this better than Prayer, because the songs are a cut above, and the vocal production is better. But mostly because of something intangible. Call it magic. This is a wonderful album, with melodies any songwriter would kill for, and the vocals... Tony Mills sweeps the floor with all the rest. Excellent!

From: girapolli Date: June 4, 2007 at 19:30
great stuff...it just should be with a less brit accent, i mean when T.Mills sings on the opening track the words "we believe" sounds too much brit...also on the chorus...anyway just details...vgood release

From: metal4life Date: April 23, 2008 at 19:49
While not quite as good as the predecessor "Prayer", this album packs a punch. Stylistically similar somewhere between Operation Mindcrime and The Warning (as well as lyrically) the album is a concept album about a some sort of conspiracy to overtake government. Tony Mills comes across as Britian's answer to Geoff Tate, and the guitar work of Ward and Horton is reminiscent of Degarmo and Wilton.

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