Persuader - The Fiction Maze


8.1 | 57 votes |
Release date: 25 December 2013
Style: Power metal, Heavy metal

Owners:

45 have it
28 want it


01. One Lifetime
02. War
03. The Fiction Maze
04. Deep In The Dark
05. InSect
06. Son Of Sodom
07. Sent To The Grave
08. Heathen
09. Dagon Rising
10. Worlds Collide
11. Falling Faster

Additional info
Release Dates:
Japan - December 25th
Europe - January 17th
North America - January 21st

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Comments

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19.07.2011 - 13:15
Rating: 8
JÄY
Metal slave
K, im ready
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07.09.2011 - 15:14
gegers
Expect a lot from this upcoming new album. An amazing and underrated band.
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23.10.2011 - 22:10
Rating: 9
giok99
Can't wait for this album. Still listen to the last one once a week a least.
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Nothing is real
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16.03.2012 - 23:29
BanksD
Account deleted
Even though their last one disappointed me, definitely looking forward to this one since I love Evolution Purgatory
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12.07.2012 - 20:56
Sync
Account deleted
My body, is final ready.
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16.05.2013 - 20:21
Rating: 8
Darken Rahl
Written by Guest on 16.03.2012 at 23:29

Even though their last one disappointed me, definitely looking forward to this one since I love Evolution Purgatory



Me too
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29.09.2013 - 00:28
mikeprado30
This one is in Hetfield, I mean, the table, since 6 or 7 years ago... I hope the wait will be worth...
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BARDS WE ARE, BARDS WE WILL BE!
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27.12.2013 - 17:14
Zaph
The Nothingth
They have a new one? Why was I not informed...
Any place where I can listen to this? Can't find it on the youtubes.
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Wubba Lubba Dub Dub
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09.01.2014 - 09:35
Rating: 9
Kamil
I can already tell, that this is the best power metal album of 2014
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10.01.2014 - 16:20
Rating: 7
ScottyM
On further listening, I'm actually a little disappointed by this in comparison to their previous album(s). When Eden Burns is without question my favorite album of theirs, and perhaps my expectations where a little high (as they should be), but this album didn't share a lot of those soaring choruses that nearly every song on When Eden Burns had. It's a great album, but I was hoping for more.
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17.01.2014 - 05:22
jesterhead57
Written by ScottyM on 10.01.2014 at 16:20

On further listening, I'm actually a little disappointed by this in comparison to their previous album(s). When Eden Burns is without question my favorite album of theirs, and perhaps my expectations where a little high (as they should be), but this album didn't share a lot of those soaring choruses that nearly every song on When Eden Burns had. It's a great album, but I was hoping for more.


I noticed this too about the lack of "souring" courses. Piet Sielck of Iron Savior provided backing vocals on Evolution Purgatory and When Eden Burns, which I'm thinking they layered his vocals on top of Jens to made the "souring" effect. After the stint with Piet leaving Savage Circus, he wasn't available for backing vocals this time around. I still enjoy this album more than their previous albums, though.
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17.01.2014 - 20:02
Rating: 8
JÄY
Metal slave
Great album...But not as good as the previous 3. I think it's not as catchy but I dunno
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27.01.2014 - 16:56
Rating: 7
ScottyM
Written by jesterhead57 on 17.01.2014 at 05:22

Written by ScottyM on 10.01.2014 at 16:20

On further listening, I'm actually a little disappointed by this in comparison to their previous album(s). When Eden Burns is without question my favorite album of theirs, and perhaps my expectations where a little high (as they should be), but this album didn't share a lot of those soaring choruses that nearly every song on When Eden Burns had. It's a great album, but I was hoping for more.


I noticed this too about the lack of "souring" courses. Piet Sielck of Iron Savior provided backing vocals on Evolution Purgatory and When Eden Burns, which I'm thinking they layered his vocals on top of Jens to made the "souring" effect. After the stint with Piet leaving Savage Circus, he wasn't available for backing vocals this time around. I still enjoy this album more than their previous albums, though.


I was unaware that Piet was providing the backing vocals (I just assumed Jens was performing the backing vocals as well). Now that you mention the album lacking them, it completely stands out. Wow, it's amazing what happens when something as seemingly trivial as backing vocals has such a profound impact upon its absence.
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25.04.2014 - 00:59
Rating: 8
raveneffect
I seriously thought this was Blind Guardian's Hansi Kürsch side project. I really did. The guy has a really good voice and the instrumental is solid and catchy, but retaining the heaviness. It's a really well-crafted Power Metal album and I cant help to find it funny how this band falls so much under a copy-cat category when Fiction Maze delivers music thats just so much better than what so many Power bands are creating.
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