For The Revolution - Kalmah Reviews
Description:Genre: Hard Rock & Metal - Death Metal / Artist: Kalmah / Import / Audio CD released 2008-08-12 at Spinefarm / Disc #1 ... more
Newest Review: ... the music on the other hand is perfect melodic death metal to my ears, some very superb rythms and each song is completely ... more
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Kalmah For The Revolution
Last Update 19.06.2013 14:32
For the Revolution Kalmah
Release Date: 2008 - 08 - 12, Audio CD, Spinefarm
Last Update 19.06.2013 14:04
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by - written on 16/09/08 (Very useful, 59 readings)
For the Revolution is Kalmah's newest album (5th) released on April 23rd 2008 and I'm a huge fan, whilst it lacks the experimental sounds of the first 3 albums or the brutality of The Black Waltz. The vocals I find incredibly pleasing, death metal vocals from start to finish with no attempts to vary giving it a militant effect, the music on the other hand is perfect melodic death metal to my ears, some very superb rythms and each song is completely different, it would have been very easy for the band to re-produce an earlier used sound and produce a lack of new material but instead they have produced an album which will almost definitely appeal to a different set of ... Read the complete review
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