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Kamelot - Haven

4.50
Reviewer :
Arie van der Graaf Format: Album
Release date: 2015-05-08 Year: 2015
Label: Napalm
Genre: Metal
Producer: Sascha Paeth
Artist discography



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With this new album Haven we see symphonic metal masters Kamelot striving for new heights with their epic and highly emotional trademark sound: As if this album was meant to be a soundtrack for an unforgettable and monumental silver screen experience, it boasts dark melancholy, aggressive metal and soul-soothing melodies!

Again they excell in huge quality, multi layered sound, lots of emotion heavy yet very melodic powerfull riffs.
Love all the hooks, turns and twists in melody as well as in the great vocals.
In one word a fantastic album.

This shining gem has been production under the hood of soundwizard Sascha Paeth, and sees illustrious guests such as Alissa White-Gluz (Arch Enemy), Troy Donockley (Nightwish) and Charlotte Wessels (Delain).

Tracklisting Fallen Star
Insomnia
Citizen Zero
Veil of Elysium
Under Grey Skies
My Therapy
Ecclesia
End of Innocence
Beautiful Apocalypse
Liar Liar (Wasteland Monarchy)
Here's To The Fall
Revolution
Haven

EXCLUSIVE BONUS CD Track List:
Available only with the LTD Mediabook and Deluxe Earbook!

End Of Innocence - Piano Version
Veil of Elysium - Acoustic Version
Fallen Star - Orchestral Version
Here's To The Fall - Orchestral Version
My Therapy - Orchestral Version
Fallen Star - Instrumental
Insomnia - Instrumental
Citizen Zero - Instrumental
Veil of Elysium - Instrumental
Under Grey Skies - Instrumental
My Therapy - Instrumental
End of Innocence - Instrumental
Beautiful Apocalypse - Instrumental
Liar Liar (Wasteland Monarchy) - Instrumental
Revolution - Instrumental


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