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Primal Fear – Rulebreaker Review

Released by: Frontiers Release date: 22nd January2016 Genre: Power Metal Links: primalfear.de , Facebook   Lineup: Ralf Scheepers – Vocals Alex Beyrodt – Guitars Magnus Karlsson – Guitars & Keyboards Tom Naumann – Guitars Francesco Jovino – Drums Mat Sinner – Bass & Vocals   Track Listing: 01. Angels Of Mercy 02. The End Is Near […]

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Magnus Karlsson’s Free Fall – Kingdom Of Rock Review

Magnus Karlsson delivers once again. “Kingdom Of Rock” does its title justice and is an enormous Melodic Metal highlight this autumn. It’s packed with hook-laden songs, outstanding vocal performances by some of the finest voices we have in Rock/Metal right now. Soaring guitars and a top-notch production handled by Jacob Hansen (Volbeat, Pretty Maids). This is a MUST-BUY for each and every metal-head out there.

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Kiske/Somerville – City Of Heroes Review

When the first Kiske/Somerville album was released in 2010, the album received good acclaim by both fans and the press. So, the question was: would there be a follow-up? Amid lots of speculation, everyone was hoping that there would be a follow-up to their first album. Michael Kiske and producer Mat Sinner mentioned to me in 2013 that a new Kiske/Somerville record is on the way and it would be great. Then two years went by and now “City Of Heroes” will finally hit the stores on April 17th. Can this album meet the high expectations created by the first album?

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Magnus Karlsson – Free Fall Review

That’s a bit sad, but it doesn’t detract the overall impression of a really good melodic metal album, which is performed and presented very well. Magnus delivers again strong melodies, amazing guest singers and of course a demonstration of his skills as a guitar player AND vocalist. Fans of Magnus and his former projects as well as melodic metal fans should buy “Free Fall” without a doubt!

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Primal Fear – Unbreakable Review

the more progressive vibe in “Where Angels Die” which coincidentally could be one of the best songs the band has ever done, this epic brings a more melodic metal touch to it; which is great stuff.