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Category: Progressive Metal
Label: SAOL / H'art
Catalog Number: SAOL 087
|1.||Symphony of Souls||6:44|
|2.||Street of Slaver||5:23|
|5.||Kingdom of Calm||5:21|
|6.||Spawn of Evil||4:39|
|11.||Breed of Crime||3:53|
|12.||Ocean of Fire||5:21|
|13.||Winter of the Quest||4:29|
|14.||The Final Ride||5:32|
|15.||Where Do We Go Now||5:10|
|Total Running Time:||79:25|
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|From: metalmaniac777||Date: May 28, 2012 at 11:36|
|Despite the band's name, this CD is nothing to crow about. These guys try to mash up about 7 different genres, including progressive, modern rock, symphonic, and death metal, and while their attempt to do something a little different is laudable, the execution is a flat-line failure. It all sounds beefy and polished and up-to-date, but the songwriting lacks energy and the void where the hooks should be is hollower than Jessica Simpson's brain cavity. By trying to appeal to multiple demographics, the band ends up appealing to almost no one. Skip this one...your ears will thank you.|
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