BLACK MAJESTY - Tomorrowland

BLACK MAJESTY - Tomorrowland

\r\n"Tomorrowland" constitutes the third release of the Australians Black Majesty, who play heavy/power metal, in the patterns of the German school and particularly Helloween and Gamma Ray’s school, whose influence is more obvious in "Tomorrowland". Their singer, John Cavaliere, allocates an interesting voice (in some points of the album he resembles intensely to Kai Hansen), while also a pretty good work has been done in the guitars, as well as in the production of the album. Amongst the ten tracks of "Tomorrowland", other than which are fast and other more mid tempo, "Forever Damned", "Bleeding World", "Another Dawn" are  the more distinguishing ones as well as the title track. The only objection is the cover on Deep Purple’s "Soldier of Fortune", which could be very well absent from the album. If you are interested in possessing an album of well done melodic heavy/power metal, then “Tomorrowland” is for you.\r\n

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