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Category: Melodic Metal
Label: AFM Records (Germany)
|1.||Caught in Their Wicked Game||Listen|
|2.||There Ain't No Justice||Listen|
|3.||Circle of Trust||Listen|
|4.||Living To Die||Listen|
|5.||Before You Run||Listen|
|6.||You Gotta Kick It||Listen|
|7.||Turn Me Loose||Listen|
|8.||Born To Be a Fighter||Listen|
|10.||Kiss of Death||Listen|
|11.||I'm Gonna Rescue You digipak bonus track|
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|From: Axe Slinger||Date: February 5, 2014 at 14:43|
|I've only listened to this once and have mixed feelings. First, the music is very, very good. Excellent mix, instruments are in your face and Bormann sounds great. The problem is that it doesn't sound like anything else from Silent Force. I really don't think that's necessarily a bad thing but after four discs, you get a certain "vibe" that a band goes for. Take the melodic sounds of Jaded Heart, but heavier, and a lighter Silent Force with DC Cooper and that's what we have. Again, I really like it and will listen to it a lot but it's a new sound for this band. 90/100|
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