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Disentomb – The Decaying Light (Unique Leader/EVP) “On first listen, Disentomb’s latest output has the punch and immediacy of any above-average death metal band, but repeated spins of The Decaying Light reveal a depth that sets them apart from the rest… Metal seems to be adhering to strange a version of Moore’s Law where each year, and with each release, the quality is getting exponentially better, Disentomb’s trajectory of improvement over just three albums being a perfect example of that” Marc Hanson, 30/07/19 Read Marc’s Full Review HERE 9. Meshiaak – Mask Of All Misery (Mascot Label Group) 8. “Tight and compact – eleven tracks come and go in a tick under thirty three minutes – there’s little or no fat on this album, and even less room for error. 7. “Earth-shatteringly good stuff from these returning Aussie prog heroes… At the end of the day, releases like Are We Soldiers are flooding the marketplace at an alarming rate. 6. 5. 4. 3. 2. 1.
LORD: Neues Album "Fallen Idols" von Ex-DUNGEON Musiker demnächst. LORD – Fallen Idols (2019) – METALBROTHERS.ES – Todo el Metal – All about Metal. LORD - Heavy Metal Album "Fallen Idols" – Köln News COLOZINE Magazin. Köln – Australische Metal Bands waren schon immer mein Ding.
Das fing vor Jahrzehnten mit ACDC an, der dann Midnight Oil folgte. Beds are burning wurde mit der eigenen Rockband in Köln sogar gecovert . LORD – Fallen Idols - streetclip.de. Wow.
´United (Welcome Back)´ – ja, schön, dass ihr wieder zurück seid, aber etwas erschrocken bin ich schon bei dieser Thrashgranate von Opener meiner australischen Melodie-Lieblinge. Lord - Fallen Idols. Dominus Entertainment (2019) Ένα μεταλ mixtape που αναβλύζει αυθεντικότητα.
LORD - Fallen Idols. Lord – Fallen Idols (Dominus Records) Sunday, 11th August 2019 By Matt Coe Rating: 9.5/10 Six years have passed since the last studio album from Lord – but it’s not as if they’ve been idle.
Four EP’s, a ‘revisited’ album, and a live record from their ProgPower USA XVII appearance are all out there for the public to consume while waiting for Fallen Idols. The three-piece (filled out by studio drummer Tim Yatras) straddle the lines of heavy/power metal, and consistently pull out new tricks that add to their own take on these genres. Lord embrace a thick, modern production which allows for the layers of guitars, bass, drums, and multi-part vocal harmonies to sink deeper into your body through successive playbacks. Masters at their game, Lord deserve all the attention and respect they’ve received from their homeland Australia to the Far East, and even North America and Europe are joining the ranks as ardent supporters of the group. Lord - Fallen Idols Review - Your Online Magazine for Hard Rock and Heavy Metal. Released by: Dominus Records Release Date: Out Now!!!
Genre: Heavy Metal. Wollongong/Sydney band LORD to release new album 'Fallen Idols' in August. Whats-on,
Lord – Fallen Idols review. Have you ever listened to an album and on the very first second you uncontrollably engaged in a nonstop headbanging session until the very last moment, leaving you sweaty and your heart racing with the sense of pulsing energy streaming through your veins as you desperately try to take a breath and realize what the hell just happened?
Because that’s exactly what LORD’s “Fallen Idols” will get you through. As soon as the opener “United (Welcome Back)” starts playing, you immediately get this oomph feeling, from the fiery drum blast beats, through the exceptionally-well executed falsettos, the tightest of productions and to the tempestuous guitar shredding, you know you are listening to Heavy Metal of the highest quality, and the good news? This ride lasts throughout the entire album. One might wonder how did LORD manage to pull 55 minutes of sheer ecstasy without making it overly repetitive?
It seems like LORD really nailed it this time. Lord - Fallen Idols Review. Lord is a long running Australian power metal band that originally went by the name Dungeon.
They were a solid band under both monikers with some good albums, and I was a casual fan of their work. At some point after 2009 however, they completely fell off my radar, and were it not for a few of their songs surviving on my running playlists, I might have forgotten them for good. When I saw a band named Lord appear on the murky surface of the promo sump, memories came rushing back and I waded in to confirm it was the same deity.
Indeed it is and sixth album Fallen Idols finds them in good fighting shape, playing the same blend of traditional and power metal I recall, but with a few surprises mixed in. This is a pretty diverse platter, with some songs cutting close to classic Euro-power, while others take the olde school route and still others explore extreme environs. New Music Radar: Kill or Be Killed, LORD — Libel Music Australia & New Zealand. Australian metallers LORD release new video clip for Kill or Be Killed.
LORD frontman L.T. explains: “We recently were out on the road doing an Australian tour, and ‘Kill or Be Killed’ was a consistent new live favourite. We encouraged everyone to bring along their phones and film our set. After looking back at the footage we were sent, we knew we could make it into a video clip that captured the craziness that can only happen from a fan’s perspective, set in the intimacy of a packed club show.” He continues: “The bigger shows, like our appearance at ProgPower USA, are always great to play. You get to pull out all of the stops in front of a larger crowd and have a great live production, but there’s always something magical about the intensity you get from a smaller room.
Kill or Be Killed is the second single from the new album, Fallen Idols which was released on August 1 on Dominus Records. LORD Australian Metallers Release New Video For Kill Or Be Killed. LORD – Fallen Idols (Album Review) LORD – Fallen Idols Released: August 1st, 2019 Lineup Lord Tim | Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards Andy Dowling | Bass, Backing Vocals Mark Furtner | Guitar, Backing Vocals, Additional Keyboards Online:FacebookWebsiteTwitter Six years in the making, six bloody long years between albums. Sure, bands have gone longer between releases (Tool) but as a fan those past six years felt like an eternity. You know how so many metal albums start with a soft acoustic into, lilting and gentle like a leaf blowing in an autumn breeze.
Welcome back indeed, for this song alone it was worth the wait. Such is the power of LORD. Lord - Fallen Idols - Heavy Blog Is Heavy. There are two things I know about power metal: that all the best power metal bands are Australian, and that all the best power metal is simply thrash metal in disguise. If there’s any doubt concerning either of these axioms, one listen to Fallen Idols—the fifth full-length from Sydney’s Lord—should quickly lay any concerns to rest.
Born out of the ashes of cult heavy metallers Dungeon, Lord—led by the eponymous Lord Tim—have spent the last fifteen years building a reputation as one of Australia’s premier power metal exports. Although previous efforts—especially 2013’s Digital Lies—have gone a long way towards establishing them in the genre’s upper echelons, none have come across quite as convincingly as Fallen Idols. Put simply, Fallen Idols is not only crowning achievement of Lord’s career, but one of the best power metal records in recent years. Lest it become exhausting, Fallen Idols doesn’t go full force all the time. LORD – Fallen Idols. Australian power/trad band LORD is back in full force with their sixth album Fallen Idols. LORD has been a mainstay in the Australian metal scene for decades, stretching back to their original incarnation as Dungeon, yet Fallen Idols shows no signs of slowing down with age.
The promotional material surrounding the new album gives a sense of a band going back to the drawing board, attempting to find something new and fresh without losing the core elements of their identity. The album has been a lengthy process, being six years since 2013’s Digital Lies. “It was a long process doing this album” – An interview with Lord Tim (LORD) Australian metal legends LORD have returned with their new album Fallen Idols. I caught up with Lord Tim to chat about the process of making the album, the way that the band works and Australian metal in general. Fallen Idols has clearly been a mammoth effort for the entire band. When asked what he was most excited to share with his fans, Lord Tim was candid: ‘That it’s out, I’m sick of listening to it! [laughs] I just want the damn thing out the door! It was a long process doing this album; it was a very difficult recording in a lot of ways but I’m just happy to get it out.’
Mixing genre comprised a core element of LORD’s goal with this album. You look at Metallica for instance, Death Magnetic was just slammed to hell! The organic process of the band producing music has also been a core element of how Fallen Idols came about. Sydney’s LORD hit the Australian ARIA charts. Australia’s long-standing heavy metal ensemble, LORD, have hit the ground running with the release of the band’s brand new album ‘Fallen Idols’, out now via Dominus Records. The album, ‘Fallen Idols’ is LORD’s fifth studio release which has hit Australia’s ARIA music charts in two independent charts.
First up, hitting the Australian Independent Music Charts at #2 and secondly, hitting the Australian Artist Album Charts at #20. The Wiggles have beaten LORD to the higher ranking on the Australian Artist Album Charts, but we won’t hold it against them. This is LORD’s highest placing on the ARIA charts. Everyone at Metal Obsession wishes to congratulate LORD on meeting this milestone, and we hope in due time the album will slowly climb the ranks even further. To find out more, head to the band’s official Facebook page. LORD: Fallen Idols. The sharpest entry of this band’s catalogue since Ascendence It’s been six years since Wollongong’s true metal warriors have delivered a full-length album of new material, leaving fans of their heavy riffing storm-the-walls heavy metal to be satisfied with the occasional EP of rarities and re-issues.
While the cover art of Fallen Idols hearkens back to the demonic fire of 2007’s Ascendence, there are subtle hints at change: mainly, in a move that seems strangely counter-intuitive, LORD’s huge spiky logo has been relegated to an italicised regular font in the bottom corner. Less immediately noticeable is that with the CD-only bonus tracks omitted, this is a shorter-than-usual album from this band, another pointer to discrete changes when it’s considered they once released an EP that ran for more than an hour.
LORD Kill Them All. The Scripture Of LORD – HEAVY Magazine – Music, Interviews, Reviews, Podcasts, Shop, News and more… Australian band LORD have been pushing the envelope when it comes to metal genres over the past few years, but their brand new album Fallen Idols takes that one step further and it takes its listener on a journey through the various genres of metals that the band members have grown up listening to. The band’s main man Lord Tim chatted to HEAVY Mag about the idea behind the album and how they went about recording it. “We always start to think about albums and what kind of direction they will go in and what kind of concept we want to do and every single time so far it has been thrown out the window,” he says laughing.
“We normally start to write these things going in the direction we wanted to and then it just seems to evolve into what it did but this time we felt like we wanted to channel a lot of the nostalgia of the music that we listened to when we were growing up, when it would be us standing around a stereo system with beers in hand listening to all kind of rock and metal. LORD release new video for 'Kill Or Be Killed' — Down The Front Media. Australian metallers LORD release new video clip for “Kill or Be Killed.” LORD frontman L.T. explains: “We recently were out on the road doing an Australian tour, and ‘Kill or Be Killed’ was a consistent new live favourite. We encouraged everyone to bring along their phones and film our set. After looking back at the footage we were sent, we knew we could make it into a video clip that captured the craziness that can only happen from a fan’s perspective, set in the intimacy of a packed club show.”
He continues: “The bigger shows, like our appearance at ProgPower USA, are always great to play. You get to pull out all of the stops in front of a larger crowd and have a great live production, but there’s always something magical about the intensity you get from a smaller room. “Kill or Be Killed” is the second single from the new album, “Fallen Idols” which was released on August 1 on Dominus Records. Lord announce new album “Fallen Idols” , pre-orders available. LORD Opens Pre-sales For New Album Fallen Idols – Metal-Rules.com. Lord Tim – LORD ‘Rising With Fallen Idols’ – Wall Of Sound. Lord – Fallen Idols (2019) Stalwarts of the Australian metal scene, Lord, have returned for their first full length album in six years.
And they return with no boundaries whatsoever – which has always been this bands m.o. Fallen Idols is truly a melting pot of heavy metal styles, ranging from traditional metal and progressive to power, and bordering on death metal at times. Look no further than opening track and first single “United (Welcome Back)” as it kicks things into gear, and sets the tone for what is to follow – blistering guitar, pounding rhythm and vocals that completely soar. Welcome back indeed, you have been missed! AFTERLIFE ZINE - Lord Fallen Idols Dominus Records The... REVIEW: LORD - FALLEN IDOLS (2019) - Maximum Volume Music. Cargando.. Lord – Fallen Idols (2019) Lord-Fallen Idols – The Median Man. StackPath. Lord - Fallen Idols (Dominus Records) Metal Mal - LORD I spoke to Andy from LORD about the new... LORD interview transcript - 20190730 - METAL MAL. LORD interview online. New album, 'Fallen Idols' out now. - METAL MAL. Lord. Crannk Reviews Lord "Fallen Idols" album -
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