The Italian Symphonic Metal heavyweights present their new album, this time it weaves in and out bringing some serious gold.
“Dark Winds,” sets the tone nicely, weaving in and out, showing off and showing in. “The Black Death,” is completely off the charts, twisting and turning, and bringing about some bold new ideas to ensure the listener is hooked. “Dawn Of A New Era,” turns the temperature up by several notches, the melodies are intertwined to bring some fascinating hooks to the listener’s ear. “Captain’s Log,” growls and snarls with the great weight of power behind it. “Confession,” slows things down slightly, bringing the wind out onto the fore.
“In The Name Of The Lord,” ventures into new waters, bringing some fascinating interweaving changes into the melodical make up of the album. “Waves Of Sorrow,” take a turn here and there, slowly bringing their wares into the greater abyss of the land. “Battle of Lepanto,” is epic, fittingly so, given the subject matter. “The Hanged Man,” takes a turn and shifts through the growing winds of power and change. “On The Moon,” growls and croons with the piano constantly working through.
The album is out on 14th June via Volcano Records.