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Myth Real

     
         
         
         
             
             
Dream Weaver are a dark power metal band from Greece, originally formed in 1990, but after a number of line up changes and a period of hiatus, the band are back with a new album and sounding better than ever.    
             
The album kicks off in bombastic fashion with 'Elemental Kingdom', a rampaging power metal song that rattles along at pace, with great riffs and vocals. 'Velvet Shadow' opens with a typical big power metal riff and chugs away relentlessly as it foot stomps its way past a blistering guitar solo to a finish. 'Atlantis' is a dramatic slow epic song with some great guitar work.    
             
The dark side of Dream Weaver raises its head with 'Four', an almost doom laden slow intro before the guitars crash in with some almighty heavy riffs. 'End Of Time' ups the tempo in typical European power metal style as does 'Evil Saints' with its chopping guitars and rumbling rhythm.    
             
'Father Sun, Mother Down' is an atmospheric, mighty guitar driven song with powerful vocals, 'Visionaire' is a slow and heavy foot stomping rumble with 'Wither Away' following the same path. Final song 'Aurora Borealis' is dark, moody and chillingly atmospheric as it meanders its way majestically to a finish.    
             
Overall, big power metal riffs and catchy songs, this is an album to please the fans of traditional European metal    
             
             
Review By Iron Mathew Collins    
             
             
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