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Studio Album, released in 2002

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Johnny B. Dead (4:08)
2. Pervertigo (4:09)
3. The System (2:29)
4. No Nothing (4:31)
5. Fistf**king And Alienseed (4:40)
6. Truth And Tragedy (4:37)
7. Sleep (4:41)
8. Reason To Be (5:02)
9. Game (3:40)

Total Time 37:57


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Line-up / Musicians

- Taneli Kiljunen / guitars, vocals
- Joiku Harmaja / guitars
- Rasmus Nora / bass
- Carl Sjoblom / keyboards
- Teemu Laitinen / drums

Session Vocals:
Pasi Nykanen / harsh vocals
Niklas Isfeldt / clean vocals

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Review by UMUR
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3 stars Pervertigo is the second full-length studio album by Finnish progressive power metal act Throne of Chaos. Their debut album Menace And Prayer (2000) was to my ears a Children of Bodom clone album so I was interested to hear if Throne of Chaos had developed their sound since the debut and hopefully created something a bit more unique.

To get it out of the way Pervertigo isn´t a Children of Bodom clone album even though there are many comparable elements. The music is melodic keyboard heavy, power metal with a few thrashy riffs here and there. The vocals are pre-dominantly clean and remind me a bit of Tony Kakko from Sonata Arctica. There are a few growling vocals in some songs too though. The debut featured high quality musicianship, good production and professional songwriting and the same can definitely be said about Pervertigo. I´ll even add to the good things that the production is excellent on this album. Clean and powerful. What hasn´t changed since the debut and which is still my complaint about Throne of Chaos is that they don´t have a very unique style ( at least not on their first two albums) and if you´re looking for progressive elements you´re gonna have to look for a long time, because there aren´t any as far as I can hear. A 3 star rating is warranted. A good album, but not excellent in my book.

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