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SENJUTSU

Iron Maiden

 

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Saimon
4 stars Review #29: Senjutsu

Despite the passage of time, Iron Maiden have shown me, and I guess many people, the potential they can still hold today. When I finished listening to this, the only thing my head could expire was the desire to applaud endlessly, because what Maiden has achieved with this is impressive. The passion, the vigour, the tempest that the songs possess.

The caverns of epicness that emanate from the melodies, the interludes, the sonority, this is the example of how to prevail despite age.

Hell On Earth' has been my favourite track. The divine air that the beginning of the song expels, and how that is diluted in the way of the metal song that it is.

Hats off to them, honestly. I've underestimated this album before listening to it because it's so recent.... And how ignorant I've been! No need to give it a chance, YOU HAVE TO LISTEN TO THIS!

I tend to be exaggerated or repetitive in my reviews, because lately life has taken a lot of turns in my current situation, but listening to this album was the impulse I needed to motivate me to think a lot of things. Considering that I haven't listened to good Metal like this for a long time. Thank you, Mr. Maiden!

Saimon | 4/5 |

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