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Label: Metalopolis Records
Catalog Number: MPR0081
|1.||Long Way Home||Listen|
|2.||Never Let You Go feat. Age Sten Nilsen||Listen|
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|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: March 3, 2019 at 1:20|
|Nice modern Melodic Hard Rock/AORish one..."Flying","We're Dying" & "Run Together" are going directly to my book of songs...enjoyable stuff...80/100|
|From: MetalllianStallion||Date: April 9, 2019 at 22:40|
|This German band didn't waste anytime releasing a second album as their debut was a mere 8 months ago (August (2018). Their debut was not bad, but I was expecting the band to put in a couple years of song writing for their sophomore release. The BIG difference to make up for lost (short) time is recruiting the "magic man" Age Sten Nilsen (Wig Wam, Ammunition). Multiple tracks on this album have a "Ammuntion" feel. The track that the Age sings on IMO is good but it's drowned out a bit in a keyboard frenzy, as this album's stand out tracks shine when they reign in or eliminate the keys (at least for my taste). I've been coming back for repeated listens as most of the record is well done with excellent hooks and production, so it's worth worth checking out.|
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