Tad Morose - Undead


Year of Release: 2001
Label: Century Media
Catalog Number: n/a
Format: CD
Total Time: 45:32:00

This is Tad Morose's 6th album, if you count the compilation CD as well. This is another highly anticipated CD and yet another strong power metal disc is unleashed for the public.

As with the new Nocturnal Rites, Tad Morose has slightly changed their musical approach as well. Gone are the characteristic keys and the slightly doomy touch to their sound. Any comparisons to the old Tad Morose sound would be unnecessary as the old sound is more or less gone. Undead is more straight ahead, mid-paced power metal. The addition of a second guitarist and the fantastic vocals of Urban Breed contribute to making this the heaviest Tad Morose disc ever - still with a melodic touch.

The production is strong and so is the songwriting. The material presented on this disc is very good throughout, and fans of bands like Savatage, Lefay, Sabbath, etc. should get this one immediately. Another classy disc from the Swedes.

[This review originally appeared November 2002 at the ProgPower Online review site -ed.]


Tracklisting:
Intro (0:53) / Servant Of The Bones (4:54) / Another Time Around (4:07) / Where The Sun Never Shines (4:02) / Order Of The Seven Poles (4:46) / Undead (3:40) / No Tears In The Rain (4:29) / Intro / Lord On High (5:51) / Corporate Masters (3:20) / No Wings To Burn (3:48) / The Dead And His Son (5:40)

Musicians:
Christer 'Krunt' Andersson - guitars
Urban Breed - vocals
Anders Modd - bass
Peter Mor?n - drums
Daniel Olsson - guitars

Discography:
Leaving The Past Behind (1993)
Sender Of Thoughts (1995)
Paradigma (1995)
A Mended Rhyme (1997)
Undead (2001)
Matters Of The Dark (2002)
Modus Vivendi (2003/2004)

Genre: Progressive-Power Metal

Origin SE

Added: March 29th 2005
Reviewer: Bjørnar Bevolden
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Artist website: www.tadmorose.com
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