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| ||Sojourner The Shadowed Road|
Very atmospheric and absolutely beautiful. The tin whistle provides and extra layer of stunning melodies, and I get a strong '90s vibe at points which is a huge plus for me.
| ||Solitary Sabred By Fire & Brimstone|
Solid heavy metal with a strong epic flavor for fans of Manowar and Cauldron Born. A great alternative, if you want to jam something else than the usual stuff.
| ||Demons and Wizards III|
This is better than I expected, but still really unspectacular. The biggest takeaway is that we get to listen to Hansi once again on some aggressive material, and there are some good riffs here and there. However, this is way too long for its own sake.
| ||Lost Legacy In the Name of Freedom|
Huge fans of bands like Metal Church and Vicious Rumors will probably enjoy this one. I found it a bit unspectacular and boring, even though there are some nice riffs here and there and a couple of catchy vocal lines.
| ||Myrkur Folkesange|
This one feels like a trip to the great outdoors, over tall mountains, frosty lakes, and misty forests. The major protagonist here is Amalie Bruun and her beautiful voice that shines like the Northern Lights. More importantly, the album doesn't sound forced, but rather natural and organic.
| ||Dexter Ward III|
If you love Iron Maiden, Dio, Manowar, and Axel Rudi Pell, then this is your jam. Songs about metal, dragons, wizards make this a very enjoyable listen, and I only found the vocals slightly underwhelming.
| ||Biff Byford School Of Hard Knocks|
Compared with other legendary elder statesmen who still release music, this screams artistic value. School Of Hard Knocks, for the most part, could have been a Saxon album but Biff decided that it's time to put out his first solo LP. Why? Because he can and because now that Lemmy is not around anymore, he's the most honest dude in metal.
|Dewinged I haven't but I definitely will!|
|Dewinged man, did you hear that album!!? Jesus I heard it yesterday and it BLEW my mind!|
|OmairSh I'm good man, figuring what to do with my quarantine time :D. What about you? So my list is actually a list of Youtube videos, so individual songs performed live for the most part, not the entire albums that are on the list. Some moody stuff if you're interested :-) |
|OmairSh Sup manos. You might enjoy song #5 off this https://www.sputnikmusic.com/list.php?memberid=673174|
|garas Oh yeahhh, it was one of the best courses ever! The lecturer was an old philosopher professor, and the passion in his lectures is undescribable... it was fantastic, and I believe he taught me to fully appreciate the music of the '60s. (But my true obsession is still black metal, haha!) "People on here don't love Eric Clapton a lot" Then they're just simply wrong, LOL!|