Hibria - Defying The Rules

8.6 | 124 votes |
Release date: 2004
Style: Heavy metal


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01. Intro
02. Steel Lord On Wheels
03. Change Your Life Line
04. Millenium Quest
05. A Kingdom To Share
06. Living Under Ice
07. Defying The Rules
08. The Faceless In Charge
09. High Speed Breakout
10. Stare At Yourself

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Hibria is the new KILLER band from Porto Alegre Brazil. I have the luck to listen to a lot of CD every month but believe me it's hard to find a lot bands of such high quality especially in the classic Heavy Metal scene. You understand me, Hibria is THE real Heavy Metal surprise of the end of the year 2004 and I'm more than happy to give you the chance to discover this excellent young combo. Start your engines and follow me in this Heavy Metal Arena !!!

published 08.02.2005 | Comments (9)

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21.12.2009 - 06:17
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It's one of the best power metal albums in the world!
21.12.2009 - 22:31
Rating: 9
Oh yeah it's very good. Would probably make it to my top 100 were I ever to make one

Dreams are made so we don't get bored when we sleep
04.06.2010 - 19:39
Liver Failure
Gotta love the bass.

member of the true crusade against old school heavy metal, early 80s thrash, NWOBHM, traditional doom, first and second wave black metal, old school death metal, US power metal, 70s prog rock and atmospheric doomsludgestoner. o/
06.01.2011 - 10:25
Rating: 9
The Summoner
One of my favourite power albums!
04.09.2012 - 19:59
Cuca Beludo
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One of the most boring power albums!
22.08.2013 - 18:03
Rating: 10
This album kicks so much ass. Easily the best heavy/power metal release of 2004, and surely one of the best in the whole decade.
02.09.2016 - 17:25
Rating: 9
Really intense and fun album.The lyrics are at places a bit odd (I guess their english isn't the best) and I wish the bass would be a bit louder in the mix though but that's about it with the negative stuff. Cool album, great vocals, shredding guitars, ripping bass lines and lots and lots of fine melodies.
And what do you call assassins who accuse assassins anyway, my friend?
15.05.2019 - 17:40
Rating: 9
Awesome album! Fast-paced and enjoyable from start to finish with enough originality and catchiness to keep it from becoming monotonous.
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19.02.2020 - 22:42
Rating: 10
Metal Rambo
One of the best power metal albums ever made. I can't think of anything negative abou... well, maybe it's little repetitious and the amount of testosterone made me feel overwhelmingly manly to the point I could beat a giant Russian mutant bear with my bare hands, but that's about it. Trust me, if there's one power metal album everyone needs to hear at least once in their lifetime, then this it.
You've got a lot of guts. Let's see what they look like.

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