Lost Horizon - A Flame To The Ground Beneath review
|Album:||A Flame To The Ground Beneath|
01. Transdimensional Revelation
03. Lost In The Depths Of Me
04. Again Will The Fire Burn
05. The Song Of Earth
06. Cry Of A Restless Soul
07. Think Not Forever
08. Highlander (The One)
With this new album the Gods Lost Horizon are able to reach again the maximum musical level they reached in their first release, Awakening The World. Again we have the first an the last track missed, I mean, the album has 9 tracks, but the first and the last one are just galactic sounds of disintegration, not songs, we can not consider them songs at all, so we have actually a 7 songs album. Anyway, the album has a total playtime of 53 minutes, which means we have songs from 6 to 13 minutes long, so the album is not a fake at all in this sense. With this new album the band's sound has matured a lot, and the arrival of new members have helped to give the band their own sound and sign.
Musically, the album is brilliant, the 7 songs are all real masterpieces of heavy metal music. Their style is still very influenced by Manowar, but in this new album I can appreciate new more melodic influences. This new album is like a mix between Manowar, Edguy and Kamelot, all of them at their best moment. The guitars always beating first, the drums structuring the melody, the bass accompanying well and the voice at his perfect tone always. The lyrics are remarkable too, very epic ones, referring to the power of will oriented and inspired in medieval ages warriors time.
I give them a ten over ten. This album really deserves it.
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