Angra - Holy Land


8.6 | 348 votes |
Release date: 23 March 1996
Style: Progressive power metal

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01. Crossing
02. Nothing To Say
03. Silence And Distance
04. Carolina IV
05. Holy Land
06. The Shaman
07. Make Believe
08. Z.I.T.O.
09. Deep Blue
10. Lullaby For Lucifer
11. Queen Of The Night [Japanese & French bonus]

Staff review by
Demonic Tutor
Rating:
8.6
Nicely surprised by Angra's debut album, 1994's "Angels Cry", no one was yet prepared for what was to come with this follow-up release. Originating from Sao Paulo, Brazil the Heavy/Power Metal band that plays a savvy blend of classic Metal and progressive folk elements really set the bar very high with 1996's "Holy Land".

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published 26.08.2003 | Comments (8)

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24.03.2011 - 17:50
Rating: 9
Heka69
After this Angra really started to get good. Awesome album, has some power metal at it's purest forms (Z.I.T.O.) but does not forget occasional slowdowns (Silence and Distance). Not bad at all.
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02.10.2012 - 18:06
Rating: 8
Dead Eternity
My first metal album! I remember listening to it when I was a kid! Very nice!

Favorite songs:
-Nothing To Say
-Z.I.T.O. (I wonder what the title means)
-Make Believe
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30.01.2013 - 00:46
Rating: 9
musicalkaratekid
I think what makes this album so unique is it's atmosphere and sound all the way through. The Brazilian twist on songs such as 'Nothing to say' and the monumental 'Carolina IV' make for astounding compositions, and even when the band slow down to let the listener breathe for a few minutes, songs such as the beautiful 'Deep blue' show the band can work well with songs of all tempos.
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16.03.2013 - 22:17
Rating: 7
JÄY
Metal slave
Fast song
slow song
fast song
slow song

ay ay ay
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17.11.2013 - 00:06
Rating: 10
Titan1930
The best job with Andre Matos
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