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Category: Heavy/Power Metal
Label: Retroactive Records
Catalog Number: None
|1.||The Band Plays On|
|4.||As I Am|
|5.||See Through My Eyes|
|6.||Carnival Of Souls|
|10.||Screaming In Silence|
|11.||Ocean Of Bloodnew version|
|12.||Gods Of War new version|
|13.||Hollywood Blvd. new version|
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|From: M. Allen||Date: August 19, 2003 at 17:49|
|A monster power-metal CD, packed with power-chords bigger than the ship for which the band is named & the ballsy edge metal maniacs crave. This is better than the band's debut, offering superior songs & stepped-up production without losing any of the heavy attitude. And yes, this is a Christian metal band, but the nonbelievers will find the lyrics refreshingly free of heavy-handed preaching. Bottom line, for the power metal pundits out there, this album is nothing to keep silent about.|
|From: Fat Freddy||Date: February 4, 2004 at 15:27|
|Agreed, this is one heavy mutha of an album. Production quality is much better than the debut and the guitars and vocals are much punchier and more "in yer face." The only complaint I have is that most of these songs are so short...many of them don't even crack the three minute mark! I have punk CDs with a longer running time than this. Still, a worthy underground metal find.|
|From: JimmyJames||Date: March 23, 2005 at 20:53|
|Bill's guitar playing is showcased in the chord progressions of the rhythm playing. His solos are for the song and doesn't do the flashy fast "see what I can do" stuff. Though he actually can do it. The vocals are true to the man's form he's had since Holy Rite. If you enjoy the style of this guitarist and vocalist...look for the cd "Beyond Hell's Gate" by Final Axe. Same two dudes and more great music. Though the lyrics on this our bold in your face christianity. I really love these guys|
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