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DYNAZTY RENATUS 11tracks Japan Bonus Track CD NEW
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DYNAZTY Renatus + 1 JAPAN SHM CD Backyard Babies Skid Row Swedish HM/HR Band!
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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2014

Label: Spinefarm

Catalog Number: SPINE754734

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Nils Molin lead vocals, backing vocals
Jonathan Olsson bass
Rob Love Magnusson guitars
Georg Egg drums
Mike Laver guitars
1.  Cross The Line  4:05
2.  Starlight  3:56
3.  Dawn Of Your Creation  4:07
4.  The Northern End  4:16
5.  Incarnation  4:10
6.  Run Amok  4:18
7.  Unholy Deterrent  4:18
8.  Sunrise In Hell  4:27
9.  Salvation  7:27
10.  A Divine Comedy  3:38
Total Running Time:  44:42

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From: MetalllianStallion Date: April 10, 2014 at 4:46
Dynazty has went from 'Bring-ing The 80's Sleaze MHR 'Thunder' in (2009) to now dishing out the Dream Theater style maximum double-bass per second (DBPS. With no warning it's now (Symphonic/Melodic) Prog with 'Renatus'. Their last release 'Sultans Of Sin (2012)' was a little more modern sounding but still MHR. Renatus has nothing in common with their previous releases, except the band name. The band finding themselves doesn't go over well with my ears, as most prog bands loose my interest fairly quickly. The "Sultans Of Sin" are now the Purveyors of Prog, and I think most fans will say it's too drastic of a change, as how do you merge their early material live and then slip in a 25 minute drum solo? I am stepping off the Dynazty bus till further format notice.

From: Swedish Rocker Date: June 2, 2014 at 12:40
After a few spins I like this album just as much as any other Dynazty album. I don't mind the heavier style at all and don't find the change too drastic. It feels more like a natural evolution for the band. I'm glad they didn't get softer and became another boring AOR-band or something

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