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Black Majesty - Tomorrowland flac album
Title:
Tomorrowland
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Style:
Heavy Metal
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1269 mb
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Rating:
4.5 ✪

Complete your Black Majesty collection. Tomorrowland ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, Dig). Tomorrowland ‎(CD, Album, Promo).

Band Name Black Majesty. Album Name Tomorrowland. Released date June 2007. Labels Limb Music Products. Music StyleMelodic Heavy. Members owning this album25. 3. Evil in Your Eyes. 5. Soldier of Fortune (Deep Purple Cover).

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Tomorrowland is the third album by the Australian power metal band Black Majesty. Forever Damned" - 5:10. Into the Black" - 5:08. Evil in Your Eyes" - 5:14. Tomorrowland" - 4:48. Soldier of Fortune" - 3:25 (Deep Purple cover). Bleeding World" - 5:15. Faces of War" - 5:35.

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Tomorrowland (2007) by Black Majesty. Genres: Power Metal  .

Black Majesty’s new record, Tomorrowland, is out on the Metal market, and it’s a very strong release. The album features all you’d think of when you hear the words Power Metal; heavy and intense guitar riffs, a LOT of double bass drums, high-pitched screaming vocals, and a very melodic overall sound, which often comes from keyboards or orchestras. Opening track, Forever Damned, is one of those classic Power Metal tunes.

Both guitarists are plenty capable of playing their instruments. This album is full of fast, muted riffs and almost every song has a high quality, technical solo in it. The drummer is good as far as power metal goes, with the standard double bass rythym making up virtually every song. They don't have an official bass player, so therefore bass it is pretty much non-existant on this album. There are very few parts that stand out to me, its just pretty much constant speed metal with a few slower verses thrown in once in a while