01:29 - Mattybu It'll probably still be a while until I get to it so I'll get Demon Souls if I can. Since I am in a small room at university all I have been doing is PC gaming lately cause I don't have a TV
01:28 - !J.O.O.E.! In terms of story there's no need to. The gameplay is mostly identical too. Demon's Souls just has a different atmosphere, isn't open world and generally is shorter.
01:28 - Zaphod No Dark Souls isn't a sequel to Demon's Souls, it's not even in the same universe. The stories have nothing to do with each other. I'd still suggest playing Demon's Souls first though, since it's awesome.
01:26 - Mattybu should I play Demon Souls before Dark Souls? I bought it impulsively cause it was on the cheap but is the story more rewarding if I start from the start
01:26 - Clintagram Yeah, checkpoints would cut out about half the play time of a game. Taking fifteen minutes to return to a boss everytime I die is a little tedious.
01:25 - Zaphod And, by the way, they made the swamp in Dark Souls totally easy with that one ring.
01. Tsunami 02. Látigo 03. Furia Y Fuego 04. Cerca En La Distancia 05. Almas Del Mal 06. Siempre Estarás 07. Dulce Perdición 08. No Sé Si Hoy [feat. Roland Grapow] 09. Sigue Así 10. Mirada De Angel 11. Decídete [feat. Andy B. Franck]
Produced by Olaf Henk (At Vance).
Roland Grapow (Masterplan) and Andy B. Franck (Brainstorm).
Are we in front of the new Tierra Santa? Well I don't know, but for sure this Wayland will probably have a gigantic success in Spain. Just check those few words and names first and you'll understand… The label of the band is AFM Records (this is probably the first Spanish combo signed on the big German label), the producer is Olaf Henk (At Vance) and we have two guests by Roland Grapow (Masterplan) and Andy B. Franck (Brainstorm)… As you can see, this "Furia Y Fuego" is a super-production…
This is a classic melodic Heavy Metal, that reminds me (probably because of the lyrics in Spanish) a Magö De Oz but without the "folk" parts. This is really classy, really professional and a majority of the songs are potential hits (like for example the really melodic "Furia Y Fuego"). We're in front of a classic Heavy Metal but Wayland plays something really melodic and the songs of "Furia Y Fuego" are lively. You'll probably be surprised (even if you don't know Spanish) to have the choruses in your head for good after only one or two listening.
Wayland is a good band and the lyrics in Spanish give something more to the music of the album. At least we have some originality with the vocals of "Furia Y Fuego" and you must know that the musicians of the band are all really good. Daniel Jimez is a surprising newcomer that will become one of the great voices of Heavy Metal in the Iberian Peninsula.
The production of the album is really impressive but that's not so surprising when you know who is the producer however the cover of the CD is a bit cheesy. The album deserves something better to catch the potential listener.
"Furia Y Fuego" is a great album of Heavy Metal, and all the ones who like Spanish bands like Magö De Oz or Saratoga will be amazed by this excellent release. Nothing to add, this is just a must for all the lovers of "Latino" Metal…