Seven Seraphim - Believe In Angels


Year of Release: 2003
Label: Scarlet Records
Catalog Number: SC 068-2
Format: CD
Total Time: 38:17:00

Seven Seraphim is an American band that publishes its first album for the Italian label Scarlet Records ? a label that has on its roster Agent Steel, Node, Terror 2000, among others.

Believe In Angels could be considered a mini-cd for its length, since it lasts only 38 minutes. During this short length the group shows us a symphonic prog metal, following in the style of Malmsteen, but Seven Seraphim tries to create something new, with some slow tracks, more AOR oriented in the manner of Styx, etc. They perform some interesting refrains that make the album catchy in some parts, but the rest is more or less the usual power neoclassical metal with the obvious clichés of the genre.

So there are some good qualities but they have to improve a lot to give us something very particular.


Tracklisting:
Atmosphere Collide / Anastasia / Lady Jade / Song Blaque / Dance In The Red / The Discordant / The Rain Keeps Falling / Cyanide By Moonlight / The Hand That Feeds / A Prayer For The Innocents

Musicians:
Greg Hupp ? vocals
Andrew Szucs ? guitars
Chris Simpson ? bass
Brian Harris - drums

Discography:
Believe In Angels (2003)

Genre: Progressive Metal

Origin US

Added: January 11th 2004
Reviewer: Davide Guidone
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Language: english

  

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