Seven Kingdoms – Decennium Review

Seven Kingdoms Decennium May 5

I’d been waiting for this album ever since I signed up in 2016 for their funding campaign, and in February 2017 it was delivered. The rest of the UK have to wait till 25th May 2017 for it to be released.
It will be worth the wait, it does not disappoint, Symphonic Power Metal in all it’s glory. Only one listening and I was hooked I had to play it again and again. There are 10 tracks on Decennium and the first 6 nail it, I can’t chose a favourite from them, all excellent, the last 4 aren’t bad but a slight drop in performance, where the riffs are still good but the Thrash pace just seemed to take over all the songs.
As with the last album The Fire is Mine in 2012, the music is based around the vocals of Sabrina. She has a powerful voice and she uses a very clean, strong melodic style. There is a heaviness and aggression supplied by guitars and the album runs along with Power and great Riffs.

Rating 8.5/10
Track Listing:
1.Stargazer *****
2.Undying *****
3.In The Walls *****
4.The Tale Of Deathface Ginny *****
5.Castles In The Snow *****
6.Kingslayer *****
7.The Faceless Hero ****
8.Neverending ****
9.Hollow ****
10.Awakened From Nothing ****


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