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Fusing a heavy, unholy rhythm guitar sound with cavernous vocals, keyboards that'd seem at home on an Yngwie Malmsteen album and six-string lead lines that sound like the gates of paradise opening before your unworthy ears, Kalmah have created another release that sees them edging closer and closer to perfection. Two of the better examples of this are "Cloned Insanity" and the closing "Moon Of My Nights," where the band displays that they're far from a one-trick, grunt and growl show. One day, very soon, band and listeners alike are going to realize just how powerful this band is. This is only the beginning.

Added: August 16th 2003
Reviewer: Jedd Beaudoin
Related Link: Kalmah Website
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Language: english

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