05:06 - Apothecary But yes, that other one was quite nice, if you were at all interested. Pretty stunning use of native percussion [link]
05:05 - Apothecary I'm terribly indecisive when it comes to sharing new music discoveries on here. If I shared everything I wanted to, believe me, you all would be overloaded with at least 4 pages of shouts
04:55 - no one wonder why you deleted the last shout
04:51 - Apothecary Some of the best ambient I've yet heard this year. Not sure how I managed to miss this back in January. Seriously cool [link]
01. Immortal I Stand (The Birth Of Adam) 02. Adorned with The Rising Cobra 03. The Ineffable Name 04. Black Light On Black 05. Bonedust 06. Angel Of Death 07. God Above God 08. The Hidden God 09. Childslayer 10. When Dusk Fell 11. Visions Of Eden
Virgin Steele is one of the most underrated bands out there. Their unique blend of Melodic Heavy Metal filled and classical influences - trademarked by a wide use of piano lines and the amazing voice of David DeFeis - has so far gathered only a handful of loyal fans.
Six years have passed since their last studio album, and now comes David's new opus, Visions of Eden, which, as it is customary with the New Yorkers, is a romantic saga. Fronted by master vocalist/pianist/composer David DeFeis, Virgin Steele has now established a stable lineup with Edward Pursino on guitars, Frank Gilchrist on drums and Josh Block on bass guitar.
Thi is rediciluiss, band seems understand last sympho manowar opera coppy was bad and try turn beck to roots old school HM days but simply cant since was to bussy whit sex and whatever , simply forgot how to play HM, band tryd but failed, I have heard last(following) album I know its good, but still I have to hear last agan (I will do it tommrow) toi have a conclussen and now my conclussen is VS simply lice din 80's + realised meriadge albums + last one, rest is crap
Just an epic album — what can I say, all songs here sound like masterpieces. If there is something to bitch about, that would be the production, but it's not that big of a deal. It's not often when it happens, that 79 mins album has so much high quality songs, great compositions and also in this case the brilliant vocals of DeFeis. This is as classic VS material as it gets.