If you know Jorn, but somehow missed this one, or if you’re a fan of melodic metal, this is a must have.
To think of how amazing he was 17 years ago when I saw him for the first time, his talent and skill have only gotten better with time.
This album is perfect for those that loved all the tracks by the original artists, but also offers the opportunity to others to begin to love them as rock songs
I’ve rarely seen so much playfulness, funny and talented people together on one stage. Avantasia are still a household number when it comes to live performances.
One of the greatest rock singers of our time, JORN LANDE returns…
But I can reassure you: “The Great Divide” isn’t such a disaster like “Angels Of The Apocalypse” No, it’s even far away from being a disaster. It feels like Timo Tolkki saved his best songs for Allen/Lande and put all the crappy stuff on his Avalon project
When we started Masterplan with Jorn a lot of people had warned me to be careful saying that he was very difficult . That he was never happy or satisfied with things. I think that the only thing that he really was concentrated on was trading on a solo career called Jorn.
Released by: Frontiers Records Release Date: June 13th 2013 EU / June 11th 2013 US Genre: Classic Hard Rock, Melodic Metal Line Up: Jørn Lande – Vocals Jimmy Iversen – Guitars Trond Holter – Guitars Bernt Jansen – Bass Willy Bendiksen – Drums Tracklist: 1. Overload 2. Cancer Demon 3. Traveller 4. Window […]
With my fears allayed and set aside I’m happy to say that Masterplan are as fresh as always and have released an album just as strong as their past releases. The jury is still out as to whether Novum Initium is their best album ever, but it’s certainly strong enough to be as good as the rest. With a master craftman like Roland Grapow at the helm of the sound and songs there should be little concern as to their future.
I guess I wanted to go back to basics, that’s all really. The guys
are great guys, I have known them for many years but sometimes people
grow in different directions. They always stayed in that German power
metal kind of bubble I would say. Not to say that in a negative
way, that is their trademark and they wanted to keep that. I think I am
more of a free bird somehow