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It also analyzes reviews to verify trustworthiness. Top reviews Most recent Top reviews. Top reviews from the United States. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Verified Purchase. Battle Beast had their future riding on the line, and the future is as bright as the sun now. The answers are 1 Still Battle Beast's great mids metal sound, and 2 Yes, some very good songs. In fact they have utterly proven themselves as able and ready to stand alone, and "Bringer of Pain", which by the album cover and artwork and promotion have clearly established vocalist Noora Louhimo as the Battle (Vocals) - Shep-Dog - Do It / Battle (Vinyl) and star of the band, and she is, she really is.
Noora has crafted herself into an outrageous stage character that she has variously called "War Goddess" and "Metal Bitch", and that, coupled with her amazing vocals and night-after-night consistency when performing live has her poised to be a real star in the world of heavy metal. The songs have a bit more 80's pop-and-polish to them than previously, and also, a greater role for the keyboards.
I find that the keyboard player actually produced the CD, and his brother is the new Battle (Vocals) - Shep-Dog - Do It / Battle (Vinyl) guitarist, and the other guitar player did the band photography.
This is quite a homebrew effort by them it seems, perhaps even recorded at a home studio reading the liner notes. But just as importantly, this appears to have freed up money in their budget with Nuclear Blast to made good music videos, and they have, for "Bringer of Pain", "King For a Day", and "Familiar Hell" at time of this writing, all excellent videos made to the highest standards.
It's unfair to judge it against "Steel" as that was an independent label release from several years ago. Certainly a remaster could fix that and make it sound as it should. It isn't terrible, it's just slightly below the standard Battle Beast had set for themselves in their two previous releases. OK, there is one other small piece of bad news: 3 very good songs are left off the physical CD and are only in the digital purchase: "God of War", "The Eclipse", and one of my favorite songs on the album, "Rock Trash".
It's a travesty that "Rock Trash" was left off the CD, and the other 2 are keepers as well. So let's get to the CD: 1 "Straight to the Heart": If it isn't the best song on the album it's tied with one or two others. Her range is better than ever and her new batch of songs, written with the band, give her the freedom to use her voice more expressively than before, and the effect is remarkable.
To call her "unleashed" vocally on the new album is an understatement. The lyric, "my wicked love is the weapon I wield. I am not what you want, but I've got what you need! So get into my arms, and I'll set you free" also sets the vibe across the whole album of Noora being not just tough, but also, sensitive, and a siren who intends to draw you into her spell. So we will buy more merch? Yes, Noora, yes, I will obey. I will buy your merch.
Your magic is strong, your spell is powerful. Of all the great metal vocalists, Noora Louhimo most strongly resembles Rob Halford vocally, which readers know is high praise indeed. The guitar solo is a shredfest, the song is lively and rocks very hard, it is a masterpiece of heavy metal played the classic way. This song also pushes the vibe of Noora being the figurehead and focus of the band, she is the "Bringer of Pain" with the awesome powers of her Battle (Vocals) - Shep-Dog - Do It / Battle (Vinyl) metal voice.
But Battle Beast is a great band, and all of the musicians are top-shelf. The drummer is a bit basic, but solid and has shown the ability to play anything the song requires - a good trait for a drummer to have.
It is a tale of "a dreadful puppet on a string" ruling over his "lost and riven land", and is full of modern political implications and metaphors. A good, strong hook, this is a contender for best song on the album, but it stands alongside several that could be considered.
This song has a tremendously good music video, a concept that illustrates the song itself, and has a great live performance clip of the band too laced in. This song has an amazing key change where she modulates up to the next chord with her voice, a device heard in classical music, and rarely heard in rock or metal.
There is a superb light-voice breakdown before changing key again to end the song with soaring high vocals, one of Noora's finest vocal performances of the whole album. By this point you should pretty much be in love with the "Bringer of Pain" CD, if not, maybe this band is not for you.
The chorus seems straight out of a Bon Jovi album, but the music video explains the song rather well, in how we are content to stay in our prison-cell lives rather than break out and discover new existences.
Here Battle Beast are either going to win new fans, or endanger some of their old ones, because the chorus of the song is extremely pops-metal, and there are some who are going to declare that the band has gone soft.
I do not agree, because as you will discover, some surprises still await you on this CD. The chorus has a very interesting and ear-catching harmony, and the song has such a different feel and sound to it that fans of the band are likely staring at the speakers saying to themselves, "this is Battle Beast?
I mean, I love this, but wow, didn't expect this. It's a departure for them, and it's Good, and it's different, and you'd have never heard this with Anton in the band.
So that alone makes it worthwhile, but it's a good song as well. It's the closest that Battle Beast has ever come to the 's era Kamelot-Nightwish-Epica kind of European metal, Battle (Vocals) - Shep-Dog - Do It / Battle (Vinyl), as Battle (Vocals) - Shep-Dog - Do It / Battle (Vinyl) have always been firmly a late 80's sound.
And they play it quite well. I really like the chorus, it is memorable, and you find yourself humming it later. It seems clearly to be about him, the self-declared son of Odin, and describes his "legend spreading like wildfire of his mighty deeds". I have to chuckle a little bit at the chorus, "Bastard son of Odin, born to kick your ass", but if you have watched Vikings and you're a Travis Fimmel fan, that line carries a great deal of satisfaction, and you think to yourself, "yes, yes he was".
Another masterful neoclassical guitar solo here - Anton is nearly impossible to replace as a guitar player, but honestly, the solos haven't really dropped off at all. The new lead guitarist is extremely gifted as well. The rhythm guitar sound is extremely fat and wide here and this is one of many times when you marvel at the quality of the production the keyboard player actually produced.
Clearly he's the creative power now along with his brother, the new lead guitarist. Not much to think about here, just bang your head and soak up the sounds.
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