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Artist: Rob Rock

Title: Eyes Of Eternity

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Category: Melodic Metal

Year: 2003

Label: Massacre Records (Germany)

Catalog Number: MAS DP0361


Rob Rock vocals
Roy Z.guitars, bass
Reynold Carlson drums
Ray Burke bass
Mistheria keyboards
Rick Renstrom guitar
Bob Rossi guitar
Stephen Elder bass
Tracy Shell drums
Howie Simon guitar (solo on track 9)
Jack Frost guitar (solo on track 9)Axel Rudi Pell guitar (solo on track 9)
Alex Argento keyboards (solo on track 9)
The Warlock keyboards (solo on track 9)
Carl Johan Grimmark guitar (solo on track 9)
Tom Neumann guitar (solo on track 9)
Jimi Bell guitar (solo on Track 9)
Jeff Kollman guitar (solo on track 9)


1.  Rock The Earth  5:00
2.  Stranglehold  4:35
3.  Eyes Of Eternity  4:10
4.  The Everlasting  4:36
5.  Rage Of Creation  5:20
6.  Conquerors Hymn  4:48
7.  Fields Of Fire  5:35
8.  You Know  5:31
9.  The Hour Of Dawn  12:14
10.  Beautiful Lady bonus track  4:11
Total Running Time:  56:00

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Existing comments about this CD

From: AOR freaky Date: January 29, 2004 at 5:05
Another good record from Rob Rock ! Nicely done ! Search it out !

From: Rockhead Date: February 4, 2004 at 14:54
"Run to the hills" ooops sorry wrong band. Neo classical with a maiden vibe running through it this is a good album. Rob Rock is a true voice in Rock (no pun) and should be applauded. Very solid production and a tight band.

From: MADMAX Date: February 6, 2004 at 17:58
Great Powermetal release from one of the best voices in metalgenre!

From: Brett Date: April 10, 2004 at 1:10
Rob Rock needs to stop being overlooked. This album is at par with all the massive metal bands of Europe. Helloween, Gammaray and many more I can hear busting through. I would also say that Rock's powerful lyrics make him a step up. I have all his work and have recentley got the AVANTASIA series. I recommend anything he has added his talent too, even the new LAUDAMUS (AWESOME) CD! Rob, keep on rockin' and we'll keep on buyin'!

From: Geoff Date: September 16, 2005 at 23:59
You'd never guess Rob Rock had worked with Impelliteri! If you liked his work with Impelliteri, I dare say you'll like this. I don't mind this kind of stuff, but that's the problem. I don't mind it and will listen if it's on, but not choose to listen myself. Nice big riffs, good metal vocals, but unmemorable songs. I admit I need the big hooks, harmony-layered choruses and more variation in delivery. Good for what it is, but not really my sort of thing. 'You know' is good.

From: z4roxx Date: October 2, 2005 at 10:26
Met this great guy and vox to his concert in Milan,what a spectacle WOW!!We sing togheter some refrain of Angelica,Joshua and Impellitteri!!!Great emotions that night for myself……10 for all!!!!One of the greatest singers ever heard IMO.

From: FoJ Date: October 8, 2005 at 8:51
I like this album, but the guitars are too "fuzzy". When you hear the big riffs, they all have a fuzz to them instead of being clean (see "Holy Hell" next CD). As a result, this album was not quite what it could have been. Its still good though, and better than Rage of Creation. Standout tracks: Rock The Earth, Eyes of Eternity, You Know, The Hour Of Dawn (which includes a 4-minute guitar solo shred-fest with guys like Gus G., Rick Renstrom, Axel Rudi Pell, Roy Z and others - smokin!!).

From: rick kerch vzla Date: December 25, 2006 at 20:32
This was my first Rob Rock album and i like it a lot.This is a good lesson of Heavy Metal folks.Up tempo melodies at their best!!!plus good written lyrics that covers all expectations on this album.Buy it!!!.

From: shoemaker Date: August 15, 2007 at 4:44
Der Junge verschleudert sein Talent. Statt abwechslungsreichen, genialen Hardrock/Metal wie MARS, DRIVER oder JOSHUA ihn boten, mit seiner Stimme zu veredeln, biedert er sich dem stumpfen "Doublebassdrum-metal" a la MASTERPLAN, RAWHEAD REXX, AT VANCE etc. an. Netter Metal ohne großen Wiedererkennungswert. Schade, einer der besten Metalsänger versinkt in durchschnittlichem Songmaterial.

From: metalmaniac777 Date: April 29, 2011 at 12:19
While all of Rob's signature components are here--soaring vocals, golden harmonies, metal riffs, melodic production, etc.--this is easily his weakest solo CD. It just lackes that killer, over-the-top touch that typically exemplifies Rob Rock projects. Don't get me wrong--it's decent enough--but it's eternities away from his best work.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: May 4, 2011 at 21:39
Yeah my first RR album as i wrote back in 2006...great songs in here is what you'll find if u get it!..."Rock The Earth","Stranglehold","Eyes Of Eternity","Rage Of Creation","You Know" & the epic one "The Hour Of Dawn"...my rate?...an straight 91/100

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