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Malmsteen, Yngwie - Perpetual Flame (7/10) - Sweden - 2008

Genre: Neo-Classical Metal
Label: Rising Force Records
Playing time: 68:55
Band homepage: Malmsteen, Yngwie

Tracklist:

  1. Death Dealer
  2. Damnation Game
  3. Live To Fight (Another Day)
  4. Red Devil
  5. Four Horsemen (Of The Apocalypse)
  6. Priest Of The Unholy
  7. Be Careful What You Wish For
  8. Caprici Di Diablo
  9. Lament
  10. Magic City
  11. Eleventh Hour
  12. Heavy Heart
Malmsteen, Yngwie - Perpetual Flame

Who always had liked Yngwie will probably also like “Perpetual Flame“. There are hardly any changes. There is a new singer, this time Tim Owens, and the fuddling of the guitar hero can really get on your nerves pretty quickly. I really like his albums “Marching Out“ and "Trilogy“ and to be honest, anno 2008 he still sounds quite close to his stuff from the Eighties.

 

Just back then the songs were better and sounded fresher as well. Vocally you can’t complain about anything, the Ripper fits here far better than on ICED EARTH, but the album is just a typical Malmsteen album with horrible cover, average production and good, yet not outstanding songs. For people, who only need one or two albums of the guitar god, I would rather recommend the first four albums, for friends of the Swede I can only say: business as usual, you can get it!

(Online December 31, 2008)

Ralf Henn



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