Dynazty - The Dark Delight review



Reviewer:
7.0

47 users:
7.94
Band: Dynazty
Album: The Dark Delight
Release date: April 2020


01. Presence Of Mind
02. Paradise Of The Architect
03. The Black
04. From Sound To Silence [feat. GG6]
05. Hologram
06. Heartless Madness
07. Waterfall
08. Threading The Needle
09. The Man And The Elements
10. Apex
11. The Road To Redemption
12. The Dark Delight
13. The Shoulder Devil [bonus]


Dynazty is a Swedish band with more than 10 years of experience, but only in the last 3 or 4 years have they started to be known and go around the world more often, probably resulting from the change of label to AFM Records, which gave them more visibility and opportunities, to the extent that Nils Molin, the vocalist, was invited to join Amaranthe in 2017.

The Dark Delight is the seventh album of the band and the second with AFM Records. Coincidence or not, this album has the typical sound of the previous albums with a touch of electronic sound reminiscent of Amaranthe, which makes this album almost a clone of one Amaranthe album without the female voice. It has good and bad points; they make a well played and produced album with varied songs, although too long in my opinion, and I think the experience that Nils had in Amaranthe brought more quality to the album, but this record is too generic and without a guide line, which makes it almost a compilation of songs that Nils could use in both bands.

We can experience the variety with songs like "From Sound To Silence", the more aggressive one with GG6 giving that aggression, "Paradise Of The Architect", where we can listen a mix of the power metal style and the electronics sounds, and "Heartless Madness", one of the most typically power metal songs here with a catchy chorus.

The Dark Delight is a good album, but Dynazty didn't bring us anything new; they continue down the path started previously, but making the music sound very similar to other bands that move in the same genre "space" means that they are an option, but not a different option.


Rating breakdown
Performance: 8
Songwriting: 6
Originality: 6
Production: 8

Written by maglor | 28.05.2020


 


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Comments

Comments: 1   Visited by: 9 users
28.05.2020 - 11:15
Bad English
Tage Westerlund
Short review but you said all, not my band. To pop to me, but hnmmm
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