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Human Fortress - Thieves Of The Night

6.6 | 20 votes |
Release date: 18 March 2016
Style: Power metal


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01. Amberstow
02. Last Prayer To The Lord
03. Rise Or Fall
04. Thieves Of The Night
05. Thrice Blessed
06. Hellrider
07. Just A Graze
08. Vicious Circle
09. Smite On The Anvil
10. Dungeons Of Doom
11. Gift Of Prophecy
12. Alone

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I always thought the name Human Fortress could make for some gruesome artwork with a mass of body parts forming some sort of unholy burg. I didn't get anything like that though. This is safe melodic metal defined. No songs being particularly shocking, but absolutely nothing special on offer. Thieves Of The Night sounds alright when listening to it, but I instantly forgot about it afterwards.

published 14.10.2016 | Comments (3)

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21.05.2016 - 10:07
Rating: 4
Nope. Their two first albums are power metal classics. This one follows the same path but for the most part just feels tired and repetetive. The second half of the album is just a waste of time and among the first half I guess I would say Amberstow and Last Prayer to the Lord are the best tracks.
And what do you call assassins who accuse assassins anyway, my friend?
26.09.2016 - 04:58
Rating: 4

I can't make it past Amberstow. I have no idea what it is they're trying to do, but for me Raided land was certainly better, although not by much. Listening to this after Lord of Earth and Heaven's Heir is barely comparable.
28.05.2020 - 03:08
Rating: 5

Great album....if you are having trouble falling asleep

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