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Wuthering Heights


Progressive Metal

3.45 | 28 ratings

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3 stars Despite named for Englishwoman Emily Bronte's novel and performing Celtic- infused heroic power metal, Wuthering Heights hail from Denmark. Literary name speaks to their ambition. Not your Blind Guardian. Although there is a song about hobbits. Folk sounds are prominent in this release, probably more so than on their other albums. When its folk, it is as rollicking, or lamenting or let's-pack-our backpacks-and-go as can be. And when guitars harmonize, it brings fond memories of Iron Maiden (like at the end of Road goes forever on). But when it's the power metal side of the equation, the typical double drumming and riffs show why all this Teutonic power metal is no Iron Maiden.
Progrussia | 3/5 |


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