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Crimson Glory


Progressive Metal

3.58 | 74 ratings

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3 stars Masks. Ridiculous silver masks. In an age when Heavy Metal was a spandex clad laughing stock, the use of silver masks for stage wear can only have been seen as misguided. However, there are 3 bona fide classic 80s metal songs on this, the band's debut; 'Azrael', a song good enough to fit snugly into the Iron Maiden songbook, 'Heart of Steel', a magnificently pompous slice of melodrama almost Styx-like in it's grandiosity, and Valhalla, a song the by now- floundering Ronnie James Dio would have welcomed into the fold with open arms. The rest is good, though not great as was to be the case with each subsequent CG outing.
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