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Category: Melodic Metal
Label: Massacre Records
Catalog Number: MAS PC0409
|2.||Always A Stranger|
|3.||Edge Of Insanity|
|4.||When The Night Falls|
|6.||Hell Or High Water|
|7.||The Black Mark|
|10.||S & M|
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|From: Rycheage||Date: October 23, 2004 at 22:23|
|Excellent song structures and classy playing highlight this second album from these guys. "Always A Stranger", "Edge Of Insanity" and the ballad "When The Night Falls" are all excellent tunes however the album suffers from some pretty poor production. If it was produced well with the vocals up in the mix not muddy and mixed very low, this would be up for album of the year. It's that good.|
|From: wyrm||Date: May 8, 2005 at 3:34|
|Very good indeed! Think off a cross between Dokken, Europe (vocals) and Malmsteen (guitars). Their first album is less progressive, but equally good. The production is not verry good like Rycheage allready pointed out. The band is actualy not all German, Patrick Hemer is French.|
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