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||Date: July 17, 2009 at 17:27|
|Heavier than most of the contributors and covers would suggest, but is a nice crossover between hair metal/Aor and heavy metal. One song on here though is totally unlistenable for me, and thats Covered in blood, with Jeff Martin on vocals. His vocals on Cold as ice, are absolutely fine, but on covered in blood, he is bloody awful. Kinda reminiscent of Nitro, and the reason I didnt like them either. The other tracks though all rock.
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: March 16, 2010 at 18:10|
|Jack Frost is the main man of the power metal band Seven Witches apart from that he has this self named project which basically is less power metal and as another guy (Fozzy) he lies on playing cover songs a lot in his albums..about this one,is a solid release with 4 covers (as i wrote some lines back)which are good ones or at least the Foreigner & April Wine ones..the 38 Special has some credits too and The Babys' could be easily forgotten (a bad choice to end an album).The rest of the songs are good energetic HM/PM being "Hell Or High Water" and "Covered In Blood" outstandings.Not a kill-4-it album but neither a complete waste.80/100
|From: juan carlos
||Date: July 27, 2010 at 18:39|
|Ok Melodic Heavy/Metal album, i donīt have any favorite track, just some cool riffs/Solos but any song than blows me away. production is just ok, the drum sound is pretty weak. "Crucifixation" "Cold as Ice" "Sign of the Gypsy Queen" "Out in the Cold" and "Hold on Loosely" are acceptable tracks. 7.5/10
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