At 5/3/10 03:31 PM, Bahamut wrote:
At 5/3/10 03:11 PM, Centurion-Ryan wrote:
In my opinion, it's their best album.Personally, I think Dawn of Victory is their best album and it's hard to top that. The lack of ballads made it feel stronger and kept up the pace.
I dunno. While I liked Dawn of Victory, Holy Thunderforce especially, I thought that the melodies in places were a little off, like they could have been better if they'd changed a note here or there. It's really nitpicky to complain about such a great album, but I don't see any of that on Frozen Tears of Angels. Still, I can see why people would prefer Dawn of Victory.
The only complaint I can make for that album is that little girl going "La la la la laaaa" at the start of Trolls in the Dark. I mean, what's the point of that?
It gives it a more fantasy story feel to it, I guess. Which isn't really necessary considering it's a fantasy story in music form anyway.
None of the pretentious, folksy garbage like on Triumph or Agony, and none of the boring filler like on their earlier albums.I actually like Triumph or Agony. It may have been less metal but it was still enjoyable nonetheless.
True. I think that some of the not so heavy tracks sort of blend together. They're not really memorable. Except Silent Dream, which I weirdly think of as being both a filler track and completely fucking awesome.
As for the boring fillers, I can relate that to Symphony of Enchanted Lands. I know this is the album with Emerald Sword but after Eternal Glory, I feel the album loses itself.
I can't really comment on that, as I've never listened to any songs from it apart from Emerald Sword.
At 5/4/10 01:25 PM, HeavenDuff wrote:
but... but... but...
Bill said... Duff...
I bet it's because you're Canadian.
Also, I think the new Horseman should be Duff, on account of his experience in arguing with teenagers and all-around cuddliness.