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December 15, 2007

\r\nIt’s an album with prog elements on one hand, however I ‘d say that it’s in a more rock direction rather that metal. Obviously, the band is influenced by Dream Theater, to a point that they don’t even show their own musical identity, which doesn’t mean that the album is bad in general. Furthermore, something that identifies their music style, is the piano melodies in many parts in the album, which puts them in a more “soft” category.

December 15, 2007

“Resurrection” is an older release but it reached me some days ago.
\r\nSo, Sorrow’s Path is a Greek band, which exists since 1993 and despite the tragic facts that happened to their line up, (a death and a serious injury) they equipped themselves with courage and continued.

December 15, 2007

\r\nA very interesting debut release. Elements from prog metal, like Conception, Evergrey, even Royal Hunt in some parts, combined with AOR, result in a very beautiful sound. I really liked the vocals, not only for the vocal lines, but also, and mostly, for the warmth, and the melodies, like Tom Englund’s style, a name which is well known. Music wise, sometimes it’s groovy and fast and other times it turns to melancholic and dark, the combination of which is very “elegant”.

December 15, 2007

Sweden’s epic doomsters Isole strike again with their third full – length release, the forth in general and entitled “Bliss Of Solitude”. Even from the first notes of the album, is obvious that, the change of label (from “I Hate” to “Napalm”) did not affect their music at all. On the contrary, “Bliss of Solitude” is a better, heavier release than the previous one, “Thorne Of void” (2006) reaching the melancholic atmosphere of their first masterpiece “Forevermore” (2005).

December 14, 2007

\r\nI’ll be blunt from the start. This release is the best self financed album I’ve received since the debut album of Synesthesia. Last Day Here come from Slovenia and "From Pieces Created" is their first work. As the title suggests this work is established from many diverse pieces, which come from the soul of the musicians in the band. When all these pieces combine, and inspiration is the mixer, the result is what we listen in this album. \r\n

December 13, 2007

\r\nThis isn’t the new album of Legion Of The Damned. It’s an album that was released in the past by Occult (Legion Of The Damned before the have a name) and it was called "Elegy For The Weak". As the band says their cause isn’t to make more money with this release, it’s just that they wanted to help in the fact that their album was hard to get and so they decided to re release it under a new title Feel The Blade so they can also play it live. I am not going to comment on their gesture, however I’d rather listen to anew album of the band.

December 12, 2007

Sweden’s Deville, return with their second release, after the split CD with Sergej the Freak. The new album entitled “Come heavy Sleep” and with this one, Deville provide us with 13 compositions (11 tracks plus Intro / Outro) in the classic stoner rock forms with references to bands like: Kyuss, Queens Of The Stone Age and of course Black Sabbath. The album flows very smoothly, without certain originalities, except the track named “Black Dawn” in which track Deville added more Psychedelic elements.

December 12, 2007

\r\nΤο 2004 είχαμε παρουσιάσει τους Γερμανούς Deadborn μέσα\r\nαπÏŒ το Metalzone.gr ÏŒταν\r\nείχαν κυκλοφορήσει το EP "Decades Of Decapitation".\r\nΟι κριτικές που είχ&epsilo

December 12, 2007

\r\nFor those who do not know, Hardcore Superstar don’t play Hardcore despite their name. For those who they want learn, Hardcore Superstar are a Swedish band, which has until now made enormous success in its country and thanks to this album it appears that it will become more widely known. Their music cannot enter in some concrete musical genre, it is however obvious that it’s influences emanate so much from the space of Glam of/Sleaze Rock of what Hard Rock.

December 11, 2007

After releasing "Eight Moons” and “Empires of the World", Biomechanical is back with their third full length album, with Gus Drax and Chris Ban Hayden on the guitars, Andrian Lambert on bass, Jonno Lodge on drums and of course John K on vocals. The album contains 10 tracks, and it is mixed by Chris Tsangarides. No doubt, it’s difficult to categorize this band. Extreme progressive, like it says on the promo, death/thrash, industrial?

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