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Frankly I haven't listened to this Swedish outfit on a regular basis before, even though the guys in the band derive from my own home country. After having heard their new effort Armageddonize a number of times and after being kind of struck by its captivating and energetic outcome, I know that that's gonna change from this point. In fact, I have already begun to check out the pricing of the band's back catalogue.
This band's positive hard rock is nothing but an experience that really relies on its consistency and hooks. It comes out close to complete and effective with a light melodic appearance and by having a focus on catchy moments all throughout the record. It's really easy to get caught up by the momentum and the vivid presence that surrounds this whole product.
This record isn't some sort of detailed parade in its performance, but it's an overall competent work indeed. The riffing is viable and spirited and although it doesn't come out massive, I surely like what I'm offered in total. The melodies are what this record is all about nevertheless and even if each and every song doesn't end up killer, it's one hell of a song list anyway. This album is definitely a really nice experience at the end of the day and well worth the 8 chalices that I hand out.