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Faithful Breath - Live CD (album) cover

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Faithful Breath

 

Symphonic Prog

1.07 | 5 ratings

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toroddfuglesteg
1 stars The live album from this German heavy metal album.

This album was released after they had changed their name to Risk and gone speed metal. This live album is a thank you to the Faitful Breath fans (both of them) and the closing of the Faithful Breath chapter in this band's life.

This album is a straight forward live album with shoddy sound. It is also possibly a kind of best off too. But that is hard to tell because their creative output is so abysmal bad. Most, if not all of the songs are from their third last albums. The music is over the top heavy metal from a band who were either so mentally deranged that they took themselves seriously or a band whose this were just a Spinal Tap/Bad News like parody on heavy metal. I really cannot decide if they were a parody or dead serious. If they were serious, they were very probably the worst ever recording heavy metal band this planet has ever witnessed.

Style wise, Faithful Breath can be compared to Accept, but with any traces of quality removed. And that is everything I can say about this live album. Shoddy sound masking horrible music.

Five.... no, make that one star.

toroddfuglesteg | 1/5 |

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