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3.83 | 120 ratings

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5 stars It's a one of double CD album from 2004 ( each has own name, but they were selling as one double album).

Therion ( especially in XXI century) is one of the most interesting symphonic metal groups in the world, and this album is their gem.

The music ( for the first time starting from the beginning of their simphonic metal period) is more heavy rock than sympho, as before. Songs are more focused, music became more guitar driven. But all other accents are the same : perfect melodies, combination of few opera- trained voices, some symphonic instruments.

I think this album is their best work till now: there they found excellent balance between opera trained vocals, melodic,but neavy enough, guitar driven metal rock, symphonic orchestra sound. All components are melted both together in very acceptable, fresh and pleasant music.

Very recommended to everyone from melodic heavy metal fans to sympho-rock maniacs.

snobb | 5/5 |


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