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Bloodangel's Cry - Krypteria

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Genre: Indie Rock & Punk - Goth / Artist: Krypteria / Audio CD released 2007-04-03 at Synergy

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      28.09.2008 20:06
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      Bloodangel's Cry is Krypteria's 3rd studio album released in 2007, Korean German vocalist Ji-In Cho is occasionally called the best female vocalist in metal and what crap that is... whilst she's by no means bad she isn't a patch on the likes of Masha from Arkona, either Tarya or Anette Olzon from Nightwish, any of Macbeth's various female singers or Anita Auglend from The Sins of Thy Beloved and that's before I've really given it a proper thought.

      Ji-In Cho isn't a bad singer but she doesn't have much of a metal sound, occasionally she's purely pop, when she tries to sing in a high voice it sounds like she's overdosed on helium and when she attempts a wide range it comes off like a poor version of Amy Lee who I personally detest in the first place.

      The reason that I'm talking about her so much is that the vocals have the possibility to really mould this music, as far as melodic power metal goes the musicians don't put a foot wrong. The two best tracks are probably "Time to Bring the Pain" which despite not quite making it amazing, Jo-In Cho does a good job and "All Systems Go" sounds positively like a metal version of Abba.

      It's not a bad album but it by no means has the intensity of a Finnish or Russian album and has a hint of cheesily sung English lyrics by Germans about it.

      1. "All Systems Go" 04:11
      2. "The Promise" 04:09
      3. "Time to Bring the Pain" 04:52
      4. "Somebody Save Me" 05:00
      5. "Scream" 04:28
      6. "Lost" 04:38
      7. "Out of Tears" 03:57
      8. "I Can't Breathe" 03:22
      9. "The Night All Angels Cry" 06:45
      10. "Dream Yourself Far Away" 04:00
      11. "Sweet Revenge" 04:51
      12. "At the Gates of Retribution"

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    Disc #1 Tracklisting
    1 All Systems Go
    2 Promise
    3 Time to Bring the Pain
    4 Somebody Save Me
    5 Scream
    6 Lost
    7 Out of Tears
    8 I Can't Breathe
    9 Night All Angels Cry
    10 Dream Yourself Far Away
    11 Sweet Revenge
    12 At the Gates of Retribution