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3.54 | 21 ratings

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4 stars The third Pyramaze album finds Matt Barlow of Iced Earth stepping in to tackle lead vocals on a one-time-only deal, his style being well-suited to this more aggressive and punchy take on Pyramaze's prog-tinged power metal style. (In fact, there's points on here where things start resembling the most power metal-flavoured moments of Symphony X's early work.) It's still Dungeons & Dragons fantasy metal through and through - there's even one song, Caramon's Poem, based on the Dragonlance series of D&D tie-in novels - so don't expect anything especially grim or serious. At the same time, I find it an enjoyable consolidation over Legend of the Bone Carver.
Warthur | 4/5 |


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