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Faithful Breath - Gold 'n' Glory CD (album) cover

GOLD 'N' GLORY

Faithful Breath

 

Symphonic Prog

1.71 | 10 ratings

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toroddfuglesteg
1 stars Faithful Breath returns again with their fifth album. Do not worry though. This album is from 1984.

I was very much into this type of heavy metal back then and I have always been a nerd who wanted to know about every band in the scene. But I cannot remember this band at all. I was very much into Accept from Germany though.

Faithful Breath has again changed their sound from the pretty abysmal bad Hard Breath albbum and copied the Accept sound. The same also goes for copying the vocals too. Both Udo's voice and phrasing to the football terraces choir. Accept's guitars, bass and drums has also been copied.

The only difference is that Accept guitarists were/still is so much better than the guitarists (whose names I will not name & shame here) Faithful Breath had. For me, Faithful Breath sounds like a desperate copycat, suckling from Accept's name. The lyrics is laughable terrible too.

This album is a cliche and a copycat album, no less. But it is a huge improvement on the Hard Breath album. It is still a terrible album though. But those into Accept who cannot get enough of them; this album is for you. It follows the Accept formula to every single letter and dots. It even have a power ballad.

For the rest of us; run for cover.

1.5 stars

toroddfuglesteg | 1/5 |

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