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Artist: Empire

Title: The Raven Ride

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Category: Melodic Metal / Rock

Year: 2006

Label: Metal Heaven (Germany)

Catalog Number: 00019


Tony Martin Vocals
Rolf Munkes Guitar
Neil Murray Bass
Andre Hilgers Drums


1.  The Raven Ride  4:25
2.  Breathe  4:44
3.  Carbon Based Lifeform  4:04
4.  Satanic Curses  5:05
5.  Al Sirat - The Bridge To Paradise  5:17
6.  What Would I Do?  4:44
7.  Changing World  4:40
8.  Maximum  3:52
9.  I Can't Trust Myelf  4:08
10.  The Devil Speaks, The Sinner Cries  4:51
Total Running Time:  45:50

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Bax Date: January 2, 2010 at 16:05
No Comments on this Masterpiece?!!? I'm a huge fan of Mr. Martin throughout all his career spots (and there are plenty of them!!! ;-)) I like EVERY song on here - but 4 are stellar: "The Raven Ride", "Breathe", "Satanic Curses" & "The Devil Speaks, The Sinner Cries"... For me these tracks could also be on any Tony Martin fronted Sabbath! Aw, and i LOVE the melody of the verses on "What Would I Do?" .... and support my personal friend Rolf ;-) Rock on, BAx

From: rick kerch vzla Date: March 22, 2010 at 18:39
This album is not as consistent as Chasing Shadows (their latest album which is a blast and is not listed in Heavy Harmonies yet)...the album offers heavy riff melodies and it features the vocals of Tony Martin (ex Black Sabbath)."The Raven Ride" is a good song with that heavy doomy riff kinda dense beat to it,"Carbon Based Lifeform", "Al Sirat" & "Changing World" are also a pretty good tracks but the best one has to be "Maximum" that completely rocks the house,then another goodie is "I Can't Trust Myself"...Tony Martin and Neil Murray both ex Black Sabbath members worked together here and also in the album Trading Souls..the vocals here were very low tuned and were not so strong in parts but that was the main idea of the album to be done... heavy as a truck!!!...80/100

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