Kamelot - Stream Official Live Video From Upcoming DVD/Blu-Ray


Kamelot unveil official live video for the song "Phantom Divine (Shadow Empire)", taken from their forthcoming DVD/Blu-Ray I Am The Empire - Live From The 013. The song/video features guest appearance by vocalist Lauren Hart from Once Human.

Kamelot guitarist/founding member Thomas Youngblood on "Phantom Divine": "We are pleased to present "Phantom Divine" as the second video from our upcoming DVD/BluRay. This song is from our most recent studio release The Shadow Theory and features Lauren Hart (Once Human). During the entire Shadow Tour, this was the night opener and always set the tone for the rest of the evening. Fans tell me this song encompasses a ton of what they feel is part of the Kamelot trademark. We hope you all share in our joy for this release!"

Once Human's Lauren Hart adds: "What a MASTERPIECE! It was a huge honor to share the stage with so many legends and witness this beautiful piece of Kamelot history!"




Source: facebook.com
Band profile: Kamelot
 
Posted: 08.07.2020 by Abattoir


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08.07.2020 - 20:39
Enissa
That's the worst song on that goddamn album. "What a Masterpiece" indeed.
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08.07.2020 - 22:00
Sickle
I completely forgot this band since Roy left them, I think I should catch up their newer albums
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08.07.2020 - 23:09
WorpeX
Written by Sickle on 08.07.2020 at 22:00

I completely forgot this band since Roy left them, I think I should catch up their newer albums


You really haven't missed much. They haven't put out an original album since he left either. Its been all Ghost Opera/Poetry rehashes. There's been some good tunes here and there but no "must-have" album.
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09.07.2020 - 00:07
The Shape 1973
Whenever I listen to the newer stuff it doesn't sound too bad. On its own it's good power metal, but then you listen to Roy era and it is obvious that they are a shadow of what they once were.

I don't think it is the standard of musicianship, it's got to be the song writing. Nothing really sticks in your head. Mind you, all new power metal has that effect on me now. Gone back to listening to hard rock.
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That's the Dukes Of Hazzard fucked then
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09.07.2020 - 01:17
Sickle
Written by WorpeX on 08.07.2020 at 23:09


You really haven't missed much. They haven't put out an original album since he left either. Its been all Ghost Opera/Poetry rehashes. There's been some good tunes here and there but no "must-have" album.


That's sad to hear, since the band with Roy was top notch.
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09.07.2020 - 21:22
Mountain King
K i K o
Written by Sickle on 09.07.2020 at 01:17

Written by WorpeX on 08.07.2020 at 23:09


You really haven't missed much. They haven't put out an original album since he left either. Its been all Ghost Opera/Poetry rehashes. There's been some good tunes here and there but no "must-have" album.


That's sad to hear, since the band with Roy was top notch.

I have to slightly disagree. Silverthorn was a very good album imo and was way better than the boring Poetry. But yes after that, it started going downhill although Haven had some good moments as well. The main difference I would say is that the band lost some edge and the songs became too repetitive + Tommy is imitating Roy in his moves and vocals. Not sure why, at the moment Tommy has better voice than Roy but in the past, I would prefer Roy by a little margin.
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17.07.2020 - 00:15
Novas
Written by Mountain King on 09.07.2020 at 21:22

Written by Sickle on 09.07.2020 at 01:17

Written by WorpeX on 08.07.2020 at 23:09


You really haven't missed much. They haven't put out an original album since he left either. Its been all Ghost Opera/Poetry rehashes. There's been some good tunes here and there but no "must-have" album.


That's sad to hear, since the band with Roy was top notch.

I have to slightly disagree. Silverthorn was a very good album imo and was way better than the boring Poetry. But yes after that, it started going downhill although Haven had some good moments as well. The main difference I would say is that the band lost some edge and the songs became too repetitive + Tommy is imitating Roy in his moves and vocals. Not sure why, at the moment Tommy has better voice than Roy but in the past, I would prefer Roy by a little margin.

Totally agreed! Silverthorn was way better than Poetry. It was dark, like Ghost Opera - which was my first record. Tommy did a great Khan impersonation on Silverthorn. And I've heard Tommy sing Khan's songs live, and does a superb job at it. But you are also right; I prefer Khan with the older songs. Very unique. Khan started to sound a little washed up on Poetry tbh, straining for those high notes. But Tommy is also 10yrs younger. But yes, the band became repetitive starting with Haven which I dub as Poetry's twin. Phantom was a disappointment, imo, not as good as Haven either. But Tommy is a excellent successor to Khan. But if Khan would rejoin, I'll say, yes. His lyrical writing is beyond inspiring.
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17.07.2020 - 00:19
Novas
I'm waiting for a duet between Tommy & Khan, studio & as a live guest. But if y'all want Khan, go listen to Conception's newest EP & album. The EP is way better than the album release, but both good. And Lauren Hart is amazing, and she can actually sing too. Her harsh vocals remind me of Angela Gossow-era Arch Enemy - the best moments of that band.
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27.07.2020 - 01:02
mikeprado30
Sadly this band has fallen into a confort zone very dangerous for those guys.
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