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Lies Beyond Tomorrow E.P.

   
       
       
       
     
             
Blind Desire are a melodic power metal band from Spain, releasing their debut E.P. 'Lies Beyond Tomorrow' in 2020.    
             
With a sound that borders on the symphonic metal genre, the Spanish power metallers Blind Desire launch their debut release in a regal come cinematic style. 'Lies Beyond Tomorrow' is epic and majestic edged, with big bold riffs creating an edge of your seat atmosphere. Instrumental 'Last Chance' is a one and half minute slow burn start to the E.P. building the atmosphere right up to a crescendo - the E.P. launching proper with the regal 'Inner Flame'. Pace, power and majestic vocals create the cinematic feel I mentioned earlier, 'Inner Flame' a symphonic edged power metal gallop.    
             
'Darkened' picks up the baton and fairly romps along, introducing a more melodic feel. An opportunity for head banging, 'Darkened' will get all the head bangers of the world nodding their heads and raising their fists in the air - these Spaniards are on to a winner with 'Darkened', and will win many new fans with this melodic power metal gem.    
             
Slowing the pace to a power ballad stroll, 'Night & Day' is full of emotion as it swaggers on, prompting lighters to be lit and held aloft. Retaining the highly cinematic feel the entire E.P. oozes, 'Night & Day' is a definite sway from side to side moment. Returning to power metal's classic sound, Blind Desire pull out the stops with the glorious gallop 'Stardust'. A second opportunity for head banging, 'Stardust' is full of pace and purpose as it races on to a conclusion. The E.P. is brought to a close by the keyboards led instrumental 'Prelude To Hope' - creating an electrically charged and sizzling atmosphere.    
             
Overall, an impressive debut, creating an epic and cinematic feel that borders on the symphonic metal genre.    
             
             
Review By Iron Mathew Collins    
             
Review is also featured at Metal Gods TV    
             
             
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