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3.45 | 17 ratings | 3 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1999

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Medieval Nights (3:26)
2. Golden Sea (5:14)
3. Standing Alone (5:19)
4. Abstract Symphony (1:41)
5. Crimson Sun (4:25)
6. Ceasefire (5:04)
7. Black Moon Rising (3:39)
8. Blood of the Tail (4:28)
9. Shadows from Beyond (3:35)
10. Nitro Pitbull (4:54)
11. Seekers Battlefield (3:36)
Bonus tracks:
12. Losers Shades of Hell (4:48)
13. Silence (5:09)

Total Time: 55:21

Line-up / Musicians

- Jonas Blum / lead vocal
- Richard Andersson / keyboards
- Peter Espinoza / guitar
- Martin Wezowski / bass
- Joel Linder / drums

Releases information

Cd. Avylon 2023 / Cd. Massacre MAS (1999) / TOCP 65292

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MAJESTIC Abstract Symphony ratings distribution

(17 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(0%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(59%)
Good, but non-essential (41%)
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Review by Greger
4 stars This is the debut album from the Swedish Neo classic, progressive Power Metal band MAJESTIC. MAJESTIC was former in 1997 with members who have previously played with bands such as The DRUGS, ESPINOZA, NASTY IDOLS, ORIGINAL SIN, POLE POSITION, RAMPAGE, SAD WINGS and TENEBRE. They are brilliant and highly technical musicians with a top-notch singer that sounds like mix between Graham Bonnet, Göran Edman and Joe Lynn Turner. The music has strong melodies with choruses that stick to your mind already after the first listening. When the instrumental passages comes in there are stunning duels between guitars and keyboards. Their music is reminiscent to Yngwie MALMSTEEN, Lars Eric MATTSSON, NARNIA, RAINBOW and STRATOVARIUS. The highlights are the opening instrumental "Medieval Nights", "Golden Sea", "Standing Alone", "Crimson Sun", "Nitro Pitbull" and the closing bonus track "Silence". This is a very impressive debut album. Maybe it would've been even better if the Yngwie MALMSTEEN influences hadn't been that obvious. VERY GOOD.
Review by b_olariu
3 stars Good neo-classic progressive metal

Quite good deput by this swedish band in Malmsteen - Stratovarius vein with a lot of keys and guitars. I will be short here, the best track is by far Golden Sea - who has one of the best solos i ever heared on a prog metal band, super. The rest are also good but not realy essential. Anyway 3 stars for this Majestic debut, not bad at all but not sothing special either. If you are a fan of Malmsteen, Stratovarius, this is the answear.

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3 stars Majestic made 2 studio albums as far as i know, and Abstract Symphony is far better than the other album Trinity Overture. The guitarist and the keyboard master did a great job in this one. They are real virtuoses in my opinion. But so far, i only meant about the performances. Sorry but, i wil ... (read more)

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