Masterplan - Masterplan review
|Release date:||January 2003|
01. Spirit Never Die
02. Enlighten Me
03. Kind Hearted Light
04. Crystal Night
07. Sail On
08. Into The Light
09. Crawling From Hell
10. Bleeding Eyes
11. When Love Comes Close
12. Through Thick And Thin [Japanese bonus]
13. The Kid Rocks On [Japanese bonus]
Masterplan gives us their debut album. First of all, just let me say that Masterplan is not warmed up Helloween or Ark stuffs. It's a complete new fusion between Roland Grapow's guitars and Uli Kusch's drums with the incredible voice of Jorn Lande. Great songs, with deep atmospheres.
Sometimes near the metal FM, songs like 'Into the light' or 'Soulburn' smell totally fresh easy compositions, but so wonderfull for the ears. Every melodic part of the album is a slap on your face cause Jorn's voice is always on the mood and very strong. The wheel feeling of the band is going and gives a best result for that category of metal. 'Bleeding eyes' is so oriental and deep, 'Crawling from hell' takes you in a complete land of fury. A great album for people who need a good metal journey.
Just a bad point, maybe some guitar soli kill sometimes the atmosphere. The one in the single title 'Enlighten me' reminds me the melody of a great BEER on TV. I don't speak about the quality, but only creativity, to know if it was cool to hear that kind of stuff in Masterplan songs, cause the lyrics are so beautifull like a reflection onto the life. Who knows?
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