ReVamp - Wild Card


7.9 | 109 votes |
Release date: 23 August 2013
Style: Symphonic metal, Progressive metal

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01. The Anatomy Of A Nervous Breakdown: On The Sideline
02. The Anatomy Of A Nervous Breakdown: The Limbic System
03. Wild Card
04. Precibus
05. Nothing
06. The Anatomy Of A Nervous Breakdown: Neurasthenia [feat. Devin Townsend]
07. Distorted Lullabies
08. Amendatory
09. I Can Become
10. Misery's No Crime [feat. Mark Jansen]
11. Wolf And Dog
12. Sins [bonus]
13. Infringe [bonus]

Line-up
Floor Jansen - vocals
Ruben Wijga - keyboards
Jord Otto - guitars
Arjan Rijnen - guitars
Matthias Landes - drums
Henk Vonk - bass

Session musicians
Johan van Stratum - bass

Guest musicians
Marcela Bovio - vocals
Mark Jansen - vocals
Daniël de Jongh - vocals
Devin Townsend - vocals

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23.06.2013 - 00:29
mikeprado30
Moar from the TRUE new generation metal diva
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BARDS WE ARE, BARDS WE WILL BE!
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23.06.2013 - 00:58
Rating: 10
Susan
Smeghead
Written by mikeprado30 on 23.06.2013 at 00:29

Moar from the TRUE new generation metal diva


She really is!!!!!
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"A life all mine
Is what I choose
At the end of my days"
--The Gathering "A Life All Mine" from Souvenirs
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20.07.2013 - 06:38
Rating: 9
Evican
Ann O'War
This album is stronger and more aggressive than "ReVamp". It's not quite as catchy, but might take a few listens to truly appreciate it. It's evident that they've really put their all into this album.
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30.08.2013 - 00:38
Rating: 7
Unhealer
Eclecticist
Once again, very predictable music, but Floor makes the listens worth it.
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09.09.2013 - 18:03
Rating: 6
Lyleina
I must say, this one disappointed me a lot... Maybe I was expecting too much, and for too long...
This is not a bad work at all, but way too far from what I was waiting for !
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10.01.2014 - 05:07
Rating: 10
Susan
Smeghead
Love this more and more with each listen. It's honest and incredible music at the same time. Floor can bare her soul and write such true and cathartic lyrics without ever sounding angsty or silly. As a lyricist, she's uniquely gifted, probably because she can be honest with herself and doesn't seem to want to hide anything about herself with the world. As a musician, she (and her collaborators) can perfectly illustrate a story in a stunning, stunning way. As a singer, she is simply the best.

For me, as a musician, I would have been INSANELY proud to have written this album.
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"A life all mine
Is what I choose
At the end of my days"
--The Gathering "A Life All Mine" from Souvenirs
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10.01.2014 - 06:23
JÄY
Metal slave
Listened to it once but it didn't click...perhaps I should try again
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10.01.2014 - 06:29
Rating: 10
Susan
Smeghead
Written by JÄY on 10.01.2014 at 06:23

Listened to it once but it didn't click...perhaps I should try again


Do! I didn't have strong feelings after the first listen, either.

And some of my favorite songs are near the end. Especially Wolf and Dog.
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"A life all mine
Is what I choose
At the end of my days"
--The Gathering "A Life All Mine" from Souvenirs
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26.10.2015 - 19:18
Rating: 7
TrueMetalJope
Surprisingly the album is pretty good, easily better than the 1st album, also better than the newest Epica IMO. Though, some of these songs don't seem to work at all, maybe if they left 2-3 weakest songs out of the album it would receive higher scores.
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The guitar is my sword, I'll fight 'til I die /../
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