While not much has changed with Powerwolf, they appear to have improved since my last experience with them, which was 2009' Bible of the Beast.
With this year's Preachers of the Night, Powerwolf still brings their epic and bombastic power metal, but they seem to have actually added a few, sometimes prominent, guitar solos in some songs. This was likely my biggest problem with that previous album, and also the fact that they sound like a copy of Sabaton. There's not much more to be said after these observations.
Powerwolf remains Powerwolf, doing grandiose power metal with speed, melody, catchy refrains and lavish and large vocal harmonies. If you dig this and them, definitely get this album. Nuff said.
Powerwolf remains Powerwolf, doing grandiose power metal with speed, melody, catchy refrains and lavish and large vocal harmonies.
Resolve marks the return of Allentown's Mindmaze, after a three year hiatus from the studio. Their third album offers a new and stable line up with new drummer Mark Bennett assisting bassist Rich ... [ Read More ]