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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Sun Hill
Catalog Number: ASHPAB 1036
|1.||Time To Escape||Listen|
|2.||Holding On To Holding On||Listen|
|3.||Can't Walk Away||Listen|
|6.||A Thousand Lies||Listen|
|7.||It's Not Faith||Listen|
|10.||Never Die Again||Listen|
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|From: MetalllianStallion||Date: December 10, 2014 at 2:14|
|This British band claims to have pioneered the new wave of hard rock. They better call Sweden for a update as for the size of that country (9 million) they dwarf the world in MHR/AOR/Metal bands output. This album has been out since last summer and I am the first review, so guys hold off on your claim of reinventing the 80's WHEEL until you get a following. A definite "young" Def Leppard influence with some modern elements. This is much better than that annoying "Hysteria" era tribute band "Loud Lion". Ben Christo guitars (Sisters of Mercy) and vocalist Henry Rundell (Voodoo Six) vocals and riffs work well together and the members are still young enough to possible put a dent in their 80's reinvented claim. Wait a minute didn't "My Darkest Days" the frosted hair mod/post grunge sensation already claim that position being the new Motley Crue for a new generation? Where is that band today? (up in smoke last I heard)|
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