New Blind Guardian Single

2021-12-03 by Fernando Alves STAFF | 18 Comments
German power metallers Blind Guardian have unveiled the first glimpse of the band's upcoming studio album scheduled for September 2022. Take a peek at the new single, Deliver Us From Evil, below.



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dachstheangry
December 3rd 2021
74 Comments


This is really good.

Toondude10
December 3rd 2021
14758 Comments


production's kinda bad but decent song otherwise

brandaao
December 3rd 2021
177 Comments


the first 30 seconds is bad, but then it gets surprisingly good.

DungeonBoy
December 3rd 2021
8646 Comments


I'm just impressed that Hansi still has that fire

Cimnele
December 3rd 2021
1846 Comments


incredible singer yeah

Dreamflight
December 3rd 2021
1867 Comments


"production's kinda bad but decent song otherwise"

Really? I thought the production was ok, especially when compared with their latest outputs.

Great song, typical BG single.

manosg
Staff Reviewer
December 3rd 2021
12374 Comments


They said that the new album will be kinda back-to-the-roots, and they delivered. Nice song, hope the rest of the album is even stronger.

ChaoticVortex
December 3rd 2021
1256 Comments


Has some nice old-school BG vibes and Hansi's vocals are still crazy good.

Malcontent
December 3rd 2021
131 Comments


Production's fine, sounds promising, Hansi is fantastic for a guy in his mid 50s.

Hoping for a good LP, instead of some promising singles followed by a mid album like the last few years. I know we're never getting speed metal from these guys again, but I'd kill for another release like At the Edge of Time.

Assemblage
December 3rd 2021
1153 Comments


Can't not be stoked for some BG material even if I haven't fully gotten into their later material. For those looking for that itch to scratch in the meantime, check out my Manticora soundoff for their recent album last year.

bloc
December 3rd 2021
67539 Comments


Loved it

Digging: Matthew Good - Avalanche

Ebola
December 3rd 2021
4249 Comments


Really great song - much better than I would've expected. More dynamic from a production standpoint than their last LP, too. They've still got something left in the tank.

thecheatisnotdead
December 3rd 2021
1108 Comments


Hansi bringing the thunder. Ya love to see it, folks.

Nazzadan
December 3rd 2021
2335 Comments


This sounds like it could have been the worst song on any of their classic albums, so it's very good

rockarollacola
December 4th 2021
1222 Comments


Yep, this is a winner.

Yazz_Flute
December 4th 2021
19096 Comments


It's incredible that these guys are still as good as they are imo

megadeth16
December 6th 2021
52 Comments


Like old days. Nice.

JohnDillinger
December 9th 2021
290 Comments


I dislike the sterile production, but the song itself kicks ass.



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