Nocturnal Rites - Phoenix



7.7 | 29 votes |
Release date: 29 September 2017
Style: Power metal

Owners:

15 have it
6 want it


01. A Heart As Black As Coal
02. Before We Waste Away
03. The Poisonous Seed
04. Repent My Sins
05. What's Killing Me
06. A Song For You
07. The Ghost Inside Me
08. Nothing Can Break Me
09. Flames
10. Used To Be God [Digipak And Vinyl bonus]
11. Welcome To The End
12. Before I Go [Japanese Edition bonus]

Additional info
Available as CD, Digipak, clear/blue/black marbled Vinyl (limited to 250 units) and clear orange Vinyl (limited to 250 units).

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17.09.2017 - 09:08
MeatWolf
Actually not as bad as I thought judging by the first singles. The guitar tone is absolutely weird but at least they maintained the style to a degree and are still capable of writing good melodies.
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29.09.2017 - 14:15
Rating: 8
Grouch Douglas
It's a little weird hearing Per Nilsson play power metal, but it works.
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29.09.2017 - 23:12
Rating: 10
sorin
Great returns
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30.09.2017 - 15:39
Rating: 7
Definitely not their best album but Mr Johnny's voice is definitely hungry for glory. They have lost the power metal touch, what a pity. The album is quite dark and heavy. A song for you and nothing can break me are really good. After all these years I was expecting more, but I guess, expectations kill. The album is a 7
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25.10.2017 - 11:15
Rating: 9
berba_
Written by SoniaMitchell on 30.09.2017 at 15:39

Definitely not their best album but Mr Johnny's voice is definitely hungry for glory. They have lost the power metal touch, what a pity. The album is quite dark and heavy. A song for you and nothing can break me are really good. After all these years I was expecting more, but I guess, expectations kill. The album is a 7�


Like You said, but it's one of my favourite bands, I cannot be objective
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