Battleheart - Battleheart Reviews
Description:Artist: Battleheart / Genre: Hard Rock & Metal / Release Date: 2006 / Track Listings: 1. The Glorious Battle / 2. Heavy Metal Pirates / 3. Over the Seas / 4. No Quarter / 5. Nancy the Tavern Wench / 6. Journey Man (Korpiklaani Cover)
Newest Review: ... some parts either. The production on the album can be adequately described as 'bad'. It IS very piratey however, and the ... more
Customer Battleheart - Battleheart Reviews (2)
by - written on 24/05/10 (Useful, 2 readings)
There are some sloppy and silly parts on this album, it's far from polished. Christopher Bowes gets an "A" for effort for his vocals, but they're all over the place. The drum machine doesn't work very well during some parts either. The production on the album can be adequately described as 'bad'. It IS very piratey however, and the album shines during the piratey bits, the pirateyness mainly being expressed through keyboard parts, which will you have you grogging and yarring in no time. There are some very fun guitar solos too, but not always worked in as well as they could be, though sometimes they strike brilliantly. The background noise with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/02/08 (Very useful, 15 readings)
Now re-branded as Alestorm, the Scottish power metal band that started out as Battleheart are sure to be a big thing with the kids for their entertaining and dedicated pirate theme, especially as those teens won't have any idea that Running Wild already did the same thing in the eighties, but fortunately these Scots have the ability and creativity to pull it off without ever seeming like a cheap gimmick. Well, at least on their later releases. The self-titled 'Battleheart' is the less impressive of their two 2006 E.P.s, only for focusing on the band's more mellow and narrative side as opposed to the speedy thrashing of its successor. The band at this point ... Read the complete review
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