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||Date: April 28, 2007 at 16:44|
|A great melodic metal album! If you are a fan of Queensr˙che, Fates Warning, or Iron Maiden, this album should be right up your alley. It's great how this album finally got the reissue treatment last year, because if there was one 80s power metal album that deserved it, it would have to be this one.
||Date: April 24, 2009 at 13:38|
|Fucking Awesome cd, this singer is probably the highest ranged singer ive ever heard, he gets up as high if not higher then the King! Visionary is the best song on here, check it out, by all means.
||Date: July 2, 2015 at 6:52|
|Great early power metal release out of Wisconsin, in the small category of time, that metal has evolved, there is always a small click of singers who just out and out blow all other vocalists right the fuck out of the discussion, it's just kind of one of those things, they don't try and up show each other, nobody certainly try to upscale them, they just kind of get put into a small category of vocalists that cannot be fucking touched, and left there, King Diamond, and Geoff Tate are probably the most well known of these, well let me introduce to you Mr. Bill Carter, LOL, I know, right, Bill Carter I believe was trained by King Diamond, and might just as easily smoke him off the stage, did you read what I just wrote, yes Bill Carter might smoke the King, that's what kind of vocalist your dealing with on this disc, the band play kind of depressing and melancholy blend of metal, much like Gargoyle, go get this disc, it fucking rocks, especially Visionary!!
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