Magnum - Into The Valley Of The Moon King

8.5 | 19 votes |
Release date: 15 June 2009
Style: Progressive rock


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01. Intro
02. Cry To Yourself
03. All My Bridges
04. Take Me To The Edge
05. The Moon King
06. No One Knows His Name
07. In My Minds Eye
08. Time To Cross That River
09. If I Ever Lose My Mind
10. A Face In The Crowd
11. Feels Like Treason
12. Blood On Your Barbed Wire Thorns

Tony Clarkin - guitars
Bob Catley - vocals, tambourine
Mark Stanway - keyboards
Al Barrow - bass, backing vocals
Gary 'Harry' James - drums

Session musicians
Jim Lea - violin, viola, cello

Additional info
Recorded at M2 Studios.
Engineered by Mark V. Stuart and Sheena Sear.
Produced by Tony Clarkin.
Mixed by Sheena Sear and Tony Clarkin.

Cover artwork by Rodney Matthews.

Staff review by
Magnum is an old band now, and a really productive one. Every two three years, a new album is released. "Princess Alice And The Broken Arrow" was released in 2007, two years later "Into The Valley Of The Moon King" comes to our hands. And no surprise here, this is Magnum and the new album is some kind of melodic Hard Rock with Progressive touches. This is neither bad at all nor amazing too. Well, if you're a fan, it should be ok but if you want to discover the band, let's have a look at their previous albums first and this one should work better.

published 20.07.2009 | Comments (2)

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