Mob Rules - Temple Of Two Suns


Year of Release: 2000
Label: Limb Music Products
Catalog Number: LMP 0011-025 CD
Format: CD
Total Time: 48:03:00

German band Mob Rules impressed me with their debut album. Now they return with their second CD entitled Temple Of Two Suns.

Not much has changed since the debut. This is still melody and guitar oriented, bombastic, melodic metal. Perhaps they are even more focused on melody than speed this time around, as the songs are more accessible and memorable. The songs are of very high quality and it is hard not to like this. The instrumentation, vocals and production are irreproachable.

If you are a fan of melodic metal and melodic power metal just listen to songs like "Celebration Day" and "Outer Space" and you'll be hooked immediately. Highlights are easy to find on this album and this is just as good as the debut CD, if not better!

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


Tracklisting:
The Temple Fanfare (2:24) / Pilot Of Earth (2:49) / Outer Space (3:42) / Celebration Day (Sun Serenade, Opus 1) (6:01) / Flag Of Life (Sun Serenade, Opus II) (4:25) / Unknown Man (6:01) / Hold On (3:15) / Evolution's Falling (5:18) / Inside The Fire (5:01) / Eyes Of All Young (3:54) / Hold On (Reprise) (5:02)

Musicians:
Klaus Dirks - vocals
Oliver Fuhlhage - guitar
Matthias Mineur - guitar
Thorsten Plorin - bass
Arved Mannott - drums
Sascha Onnen - keyboards

Guests:

Thomas Rettke - choir
Susan M?hle - vocals

Discography:
Savage Land (1999)
Temple Of Two Suns (2000)
'Lord Of Madness' (single) (2002)
Hallowed Be Thy Name (2002)
'Black Rain' (single) (2004)
Among The Gods (2004)

Genre: Progressive-Power Metal

Origin DE

Added: January 17th 2005
Reviewer: Bjørnar Bevolden
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Artist website: www.mobrules.de
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Language: english

  

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