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Age Of Nemesis


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4.09 | 2 ratings

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Szöke Jenö
4 stars The title tells everything: it is not a new album from the band just a promotional CD with the simple aim to rouse the interest of an internatinal label in order to promote their music outside the borders of Hungary as well. But there is more to this record then that. It is not only an attempt to get the attention of a label company, but it was also a new start for the band.Due to personal and musical differences the line-up which recorded the first two albums split up at the end of 2000. But Fabian Zoltan and Nagy György decided to carry on and new musicians were sought. It was also for the first time the band released songs with lyrics in English. They compiled a few tracks from both the first and second album and remixed and re-recorded them. The sound is closer to the one heard on their first record, and the changes made to the songs here and there are only making them sound better. And the new vocalist? Well, he completely rises to the occasion and performes the old songs with a new breath. By the way, as a result of this promotional CD the band got a record deal with the U.S. label Laser's Edge. The album is definitely worth hearing both for old fans of the band as well as for those who want to get to know them. It could be hard to get, since it is a promotional cd, but the songs will be later released on their forthcoming studio albums.
Szöke Jenö | 4/5 |


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