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Newest Review: ... pair of double bass drums will equate to heaviness. 'Sword's Song' is a slight improvement over the debut only in terms of ... more
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Battlelore Swords Song
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Swords Song Battlelore
Release Date: 2010 - 08 - 23, Audio CD, Napalm
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by - written on 21/03/08 (Very useful, 19 readings)
Finnish metal bands have a tendency for striking the perfect balance between a satisfying metal performance and something that can be enjoyed by a wider audience, for example the melodic power metal of Sonata Arctica and Stratovarius, but then there are some bands like Battlelore that weakly try to combine a more commercial approach into their dull atmospheric Tolkienian music and fail miserably. Even worse are the times they indulge in the delusion of being a metal band, resting their hopes in the second part of 'Khazad-Dum' that a tediously clicking pair of double bass drums will equate to heaviness. 'Sword's Song' is a slight improvement over the debut only ... Read the complete review
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