Cyclophonia brings a tradition Power Metal arrangement, two guitarist that bring a large variety of riffs, quite innovative and it is nice to see that they are stepping away from the stereotype here and there, you don’t feel like you can predict what is coming where other bands often bring the same type of riffs. The band works with two vocalists which gives a quite dynamic effect.
Love.Might.Kill is the project of drummer Michael Ehre (Firewind, Uli Jon Roth, Metallium), and their debut, Brace for Impact offers a platter of melodic heavy metal. It's a solid start even if there is some predictability within these songs. The strength of Brace for Impact is a fundamental foundation of traditional heavy metal.
Sampled in meticulous detail and programmed for maximum and instant musical usability, the collection includes hundreds of varied percussion instruments from Africa, the Middle East, Asia, Australia, and more. A massive 4.2-gigabyte collection of Japanese Taiko drums recorded from multiple microphone positions forms a central part of the library. Each instrument has been recorded with numerous alternate takes and velocity layers, assuring realistic and dramatically expressive sonic results. World Impact is an essential tool in the toolbox of every film composer, movie trailer producer, and aficionado of world percussion instruments.
The debut album from the German/ Ialian band featuring drummer Michael Ehré (Firewind/ Metalium). Apparently out of nowhere this newcomer-band presents an album that combines the freshness of a debut with the experience of many years of songwriting. If you take a look at the line-up you will see: these guys are absolutely no newcomer! With Christian Stöver and Stefan Ellerhorst (Crossroads) you will discover the german guitar-twin-duo of the early nineties. Brace For Impact is 12 melodic metal tracks that will convince all fans of bands like Rainbow, Judas Priest, Black Sabbath or Dio that this is a clear, powerful debut.