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Category: Heavy Metal
Label: Frontiers Records
Catalog Number: FR CD 718
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Ralf Scheepers Vocals|
Tom Naumann Guitars
Alex Beyrodt Guitars
Francesco Jovino Drums
Magnus Karlsson Guitars, Keyboards
Mat Sinner Bass, Backing Vocals
|1. ||Angels of Mercy |
|2. ||The End Is Near |
|3. ||Bullets & Tears |
|4. ||Rulebraker |
|5. ||In Metal We Trust |
|6. ||We Walk Without Fear |
|7. ||At War With the World |
|8. ||The Devil in Me |
|9. ||Constant Heart |
|10. ||The Sky Is Burning |
|11. ||Raving Mad |
|12. ||Final Call Deluxe Edition Bonus Track |
|13. ||Don't Say You've Never Been Warned Deluxe Edition Bonus Track |
|14. ||The Sky Is Burning Exclusive Mix - Japanese Deluxe Edition Bonus Track |
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: February 13, 2016 at 22:13|
|Primal Fear never really lets us down. Some albums are less great than others, but they've never released anything that wasn't a solid slab of white-hot power metal. At the same time, the band definitely feels like they're checking all the boxes, which makes the album title all the more ironic for a band that so steadfastly colors inside the lines. But they're just so goddamn GOOD at what they do, it's impossible to bash them too much. Even if "In Metal We Trust" is super-cheesy, and "We Walk Without Fear" is overlong with the annoying addition of a child's music box, or if Ralf sounds a bit croaky and granny-ish trying to croon the ballad "The Sky Is Burning." The rest of the disc is a thrill a minute. Who needs Judas Priest anymore when you've got Primal Fear?
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