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Tragedy

     
         
         
         
     
             
Forever Storm are a heavy metal band from Serbia formed in 2006 releasing their debut album in 2009 and the follow up in 2013. The new album opens with the atmospheric instrumental 'Inceptum Finis' leading into the bombastic power metal of 'Mother'. Big riffs, catchy melodies and a sing a long chorus 'Mother' is a cracking opening song. The heavier 'Made Of Lies' rattles into life and races along at pace displaying traits similar to those of legendary German power metal bands Helloween and Gamma Ray. 'Forever The Same' sparkles as it races through riff after riff, a blistering guitar solo and powerful clean vocals.    
             
Title song 'Tragedy' bristles with energy, passion and a foot stomping rhythm. This is power metal at its best. The mid tempo 'Nocturnal Wings' has big riffs, powerful vocals, a foot tapping rhythm and an epic slow down midway through. 'Carry On The Flame' is a mid paced rock song giving the listener a breather from the full on power metal heard so far. Only a short breather though as 'Paradox' hits you in a flurry of guitars and rumbles off at pace.    
             
A big chunky power metal riff welcomes 'City Of Vultures' which stomps off at mid tempo with a slightly gruffer vocal performance too. 'Flames Of Reason' is a mix of acoustic and electric guitars as it ambles on, 'Death Comes Alive' ups the tempo and races on while the epic 'Euthanasia For Mankind' is six minutes of atmospheric dark metal, almost doom like at times. Bonus song 'The Leaving' is an up tempo power metal song with a catchy foot stomping rhythm.    
             
Overall, bombastic, barn storming power metal full of energy and passion, this is an album that will please fans of European power metal.    
             
             
Review By Iron Mathew Collins    
             
Reviewed For Metal Temple    
             
             
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