Orphaned Land stream new album
2013-07-24 by Voivod STAFF | 17 Comments

Middle-Eastern metallers Orphaned Land are streaming their recently released album All Is One from the following location:

http://musicmp3.ru/artist_orphaned-land__album_all-is-one.html#.Ue-FqqxGPBY

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JS19
July 24th 2013

4170 Comments


I hope this isn't as much of a trainwreck as their last album

Tyrael
July 24th 2013

20742 Comments


its not

Lucid
Contributing Reviewer
July 24th 2013

7021 Comments


how cheesy is it

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Underflow
July 24th 2013

2527 Comments


was gonna ask what lucidity asked lol

Tyrael
July 24th 2013

20742 Comments


very

DarkNoctus
Contributing Reviewer
July 24th 2013

8759 Comments


they gave up the huge concepts and decided to make an album basically consisting of ballads

Tyrael
July 24th 2013

20742 Comments


ballads what

HenchmanOfSanta
July 24th 2013

1853 Comments


Why are they just now streaming an album that came out weeks ago?

DoubtGin
July 24th 2013

6748 Comments


it's ok

no more dm though m/

MosesMalone
July 24th 2013

1831 Comments


BORING

Voivod
Staff Reviewer
July 24th 2013

5921 Comments


Why are they just now streaming an album that came out weeks ago?

The site sells music in Russia and I was quite surprised when I realized that you could listen to the whole album before deciding to buy it.

Also, the album is only a month old, so the stream is relevant, in general an album stream is always relevant, no matter how new or old an album is.

On another note, I really liked the album, despite the fact that melody prevails over the extreme metal elements, the album deserves a 3.5 at least imho.

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TrueBlood
July 24th 2013

1388 Comments


yea its pretty weak guys

and yea voivod they're prolly a little desperate right now

but hey what do they expect, this is nowhere near mabool

Voivod
Staff Reviewer
July 24th 2013

5921 Comments


they're prolly a little desperate right now

Far from it, Orphaned Land are already huge in the Middle East, whereas they are known in Europe from their humble beginnings.

TrueBlood
July 24th 2013

1388 Comments


I would agree that they're well known but I was referring to maybe this album didn't get enough initial attention so doing a link later down the line may be the best route if they didn't get the response they were hoping for me.

perhaps making it more accessible is better for the time being. just an assumption tho

baldymort
July 24th 2013

747 Comments


the title track is epic as fuck

OllieS
July 27th 2013

2029 Comments


It's really not that bad, way better than the abomination that was ORwarriFAIL. Obv it's nowhere near Mabool but yeah, it's still good. Shame about the lack of harsh vocals (I guess Kobi's getting old...), although they sound really epic on 'Fail'.

TrueBlood
July 27th 2013

1388 Comments


bro can you even kick flip



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