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Lullacry: Where Angels Fear

Here's me thinking that Lullacry have dropped off the face of the earth when lo and behold Where Angels Fear drops into my inbox and what a welcome addition to my collection it is. "Still An Angel" very quickly got four stars of my ipod and should be a staple of all the metal video channels (if there is a video for it that it is!) Following "Still An Angel" with the equally catchy "Thousand Suns" completes a top notch opening triumvirate which hails the listener into the world of the album beautifully.

Arguably Lullacry have gone for a more modern metal sound than previously but to their credit they haven't become an Evanescence copycat act which is always good. "Feel my Revenge" is quite dark and spooky yet peaceful at the same time. "Bad Blood" rocks out thoroughly and leads into a highly satisfactory second half of the album which is very much recommended for fans of female-fronted metal.


Track Listing:

  1. Antidote To You
  2. Still An Angel
  3. Thousand Suns
  4. Feel My Revenge
  5. Bad Blood
  6. All Behind
  7. Gone Are The Days
  8. I Am
  9. Broken (Into Pieces)
  10. Where Angels Fear

Added: March 15th 2012
Reviewer: Simon Bray
Score:
Related Link: Band Facebook Page
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Language: english

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