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Voices of Destiny: Crisis Cult
Voices of Destiny - Crisis Cult CD Album Review

Voices of Destiny: Crisis Cult

Symphonic Power Metal
3.0/5.0

There's really not much to say about Voices of Destiny and the third album Crisis Cult. At least there's nothing new to say about the band, excepting the fact that they have a new female lead vocalist in Ada Flechtner from Coronatus. Essentially, Voices of Destiny is destined to repeat themselves.

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Voices of Destiny: zombie stare.

VoD still plays symphonic power metal. They still have a female lead singer. (Duh. I just mentioned that.) They still have some fool doing death vocals and growls. I think it's the keyboard player. They still sound generally epic and bombastic. And that's basically it. Same stuff. Different album. Another year. The highlight? At The Edge, where Flechtner duets with ex-Xandria vocalist Manuela Kraller, and there's NO death vocals. What's up with that? If you like the band, buy the album.


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In Short

With Voices of Destiny and the third album Crisis Cult, simply push 'repeat' as this is more of the same.

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