The second track “Jekyll And Hyde”, is more rock in style, the Stevenson’ tale fascinates and drives lyrics in music as much as it does drive writers to cinematic scripts as well.
UK melodic rockers Ten return with their follow up to the fantastic Albion with their latest release Isla De Muerta. Gary Hughes, an undisputed warlock of songwriting, and the lads deliver a masterclass with this themed epic that flutters effortlessly between the melodic and the metal.
Credit then to Mr Hughes for not only composing ‘Albion’ but also for finding the right band members to help deliver what is one of Ten’s best albums to date. A welcome return to what they do best.
As usual Gary Hughes himself manages to give a fantastic performance and really shows his keen knack for being able to get the most out of the confines of his limited vocal range…
As any fans of the band knows for such classics albums like “Spellbound” and “The Name Of The Rose” are timeless classics in the genre. But as much as the great music has been a key point, the revolving door of line up changes and split ups had laid a foundation of uncertainty over the band for years.