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Stream Of Passion - A War Of Our Own

7.9 | 69 votes |
Release date: 18 April 2014
Style: Symphonic progressive metal


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8 want it

01. Monster
02. A War Of Our Own
03. The Curse
04. Autophobia
05. Burning Star
06. For You
07. Exile
08. Delirio
09. Earthquake
10. Secrets
11. Don't Let Go
12. Out Of The Darkness
13. The Distance Between Us [digipack bonus]

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11.04.2014 - 20:36
I could give a big up to Stream of Passion for trying to create their own style. They really are succeding in this. A war of Our own is definitely SOP even without Marcelas voice. But this style lacks a good songwriting. If they managed to release a very solid an interesting album after Arjen lest, further on they failed in repeating it. This new record is better than Darker Days but still lacks of memorable songs and some inspiration. You find a recognizable style and harmonies here, but not a good songwriting in general.

I doubt they will manage to collect another kickstarter campaign for their next album.
there is nothing left to die for...
11.04.2014 - 22:04
Rating: 7
Not very impressive but there are some nice tunes. I really liked Exile, Delirio and Don't Let Go.
20.04.2014 - 01:40
Rating: 8
Fart Enthusiast
Wasn't overly impressed at first, but I'm really liking it now. Their best work yet for me.
07.05.2014 - 17:52
Rating: 7
This is a hard one to digest. if you give it only one listen you probably wont be amused. After a few replays, I find it better each time. Its not a masterpiece or something I would describe as "Solid Work". Some songs are quite repetitive and you get a strange feeling of deja vu all over this album, however, some moments are quite enjoyable.

It was a 6 at first, but I find it to be a 7.5 now. (7 Since theres no half values at voting)
08.11.2014 - 20:51
Rating: 8
Mehdi Taba
Mehdi Taba
Very very good album "8.4".
15.12.2014 - 00:50
Rating: 9
Lost To Apathy
This album is a grower, like all of their albums apart from the first. I think they're really multilayered. I love this band!
You don't make up for your sins in church. You do it in the streets. You do it at home. The rest is bullshit and you know it ~ Mean Streets
27.03.2017 - 14:55
Rating: 8
Their best since the debut.
The arrangements are nearly perfect, everything fits, it sounds great.
"Be water, my friend" (Bruce Lee)

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