Warlord - Rising Out Of The Ashes mp3 flac
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Warlord Lyrics (24 songs). Rising Out of the Ashes Lyrics (9 songs).
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The album has two new, non-remakes. Achilles Revenge" sounds like something that would have come out of the nuanced 1980s Warlord. Tsamis and Zonder should be proud to put to affix the Warlord name to this moving original. Here in true Warlord fashion, Tsamis' guitar lives, speaks and becomes greater than life. His subtle, mounting heavy riff on "Enemy Mind,". Ashes second original, may be its best trait. This dark and hard-hitting song is not anticipated from Warlord. In summary if Tsamis, Zonder and Cans had actually decided to go all out and write some more songs, Rising out of the Ashes might have been a worthwhile release. Warlord was such a legendary band in the 1980s that any tinkering with their classics will surely upset people. That is exactly what happened here.
The new album is nothing less than what Warlord know how to do best. Lyrical power metal of the highest quality, in the way that no one else is able to play. There are only 4-5 bands that manage to give me the creeps with their music as Warlord do and their new album did the same. It is as if not one single day has passed since 1984. So you would be able to understand what inspiration, talent and chemistry between two musicians can create. What’s left for me is to close with a few lyrics from an old song of theirs: All myths of man and Gods will apply, when sanity and reason begin to die The Dragons you have denied and wish to slay, will rise to conquer us all someday.
Definitely different sounding album than the debut. But whether the difference is more in the instrumentals or in the vocals is hard to say. Personally I think that the Hammerfall vocalist's voice is not the best fit for these songs, but on the other hand it must be admitted, that he does pretty good job with it. There is some epicness be to heard on these songs, but I wouldn't say it's enough to call this epic HM. 'War In Heaven' and 'Sons Of A Dream' are the songs that impress the most. War In Heaven' still sounds like a Virgin Steele song.
Rising Out of the Ashes IMPORTS 2003.