Second Sonata Arctica Single

2014-02-27 by Stryfe14 | 5 Comments
Sonata Arctica has released a second single, titled Cloud Factory, in support of their upcoming LP Pariah's Child.
Pariah's Child is set for a March 28th, 2014 release, and the single can be found below:


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Mabbitt
February 27th 2014
1558 Comments


It's okay. It sounds like a filler song from an earlier album.

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KILL
February 27th 2014
80801 Comments


the new albums already a classic i see

feanaro
February 27th 2014
1055 Comments


wtf are these lyrics. song's not bad though

Yazz_Flute
February 27th 2014
18938 Comments


Song was decent. Their lyrics have always been laughable but it's power metal

Poet
February 27th 2014
6004 Comments


I've been waiting for a true power metal album from these guys for 7 years.



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