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Category: Power/Speed Metal
Label: Nuclear Blast
Catalog Number: NB 1495-2
Ralf Sheepers Lead Vocals|
Stefan Leibing Guitars
Tom Nauman Guitars
Mat Sinner Bass & Vocals
Randy Black Drums
|1. ||Demons and Angels ||5:32|
|2. ||Rollercoaster ||4:28|
|3. ||Seven Seals ||3:54|
|4. ||Evil Spell ||4:32|
|5. ||The Immortal Ones ||4:19|
|6. ||Diabolus ||7:54|
|7. ||All for One ||7:53|
|8. ||Carniwar ||3:17|
|9. ||A Question of Honour ||7:26|| ||Cover: Sinner|
|10. ||In Memory ||5:07|
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|Total Running Time:|| 54:22|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: July 11, 2006 at 19:30|
|While not the beast that "Jaws","Devil's Ground",and the Debut were,"Seven Seals" still cranks very nice.A bit more experimentation on this one,but not enough to ruin it."Rollercoaster","Carniwar",and "In Memory" sound pretty flawless.The digi-pak import version features an extra track called "Higher Power" (very killer song) and is highly recommended and well worth seeking out .
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: August 17, 2014 at 21:05|
|This act grows more and more with every single release and this album shows a mature step in the band's music..."Seven Seals" the songs that gives the album a its name is my fave of the whole package...another fine moments are tracks 1,2,4,5,7 & 9...recommended stuff...90/100
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