Power of Metal.dk Review

Scar For Life
World Entwined
Style: Hard Rock/Heavy Metal
Release date: 29 August, 2014
Playing time: 52:59

Scar For Life is no stranger to many, this is their fourth album, but to me they are a completely new acquaintance. I have been listening to this album many, many times because I really meant to write this review for quite some time. So I feel I have a firm grip on this album, an album that has a few bright spots, but now enough to keep me interested in them.

The album kicks off with a kick in the balls: "Thirteen Revolution" is hard and heavy, and has almost nothing in common with the rest of the album. After a great beginning things slow down for a while, and the next interesting song is "Promised Land", a small melodic gem with some Scorpions references. Then we have to skip to track 8: where the breathtaking ballad: "My Dark Serenade" kicks in and track 9 "Carlos Wonder" where they mix up AOR with power metal. The albums end on a high note with the title-track, where they are firing on all cylinders.

But this feel like an old Ratt album: too many fillers and a few highlights. But if you are into bands like Winger, Scorpions and Black Sabbath (Tony Martin era) this might be something you should check out - to me it's just another album that floats thru the system without leaving a mark.

Alexandre Santos - Guitars
Rob Mancini - Lead Vocals
Teen Asty - Bass
Joao Colaco - Drums

Additional musician:
Vinnie Appice – drums


01. Thirteen Revolution
02. Because I can
03. Judgement Day
04. Promised Land
05. Vendetta
06. Disconected
07. The Patriot
08. My Dark Serenade
09. Carlos Wonder
10. Fire And Flame
11. Wish You Well Tonight
12. Worlds Entwined
Label: Escape Music
Distribution: Sound Pollution
Reviewed by: Kenn Jensen
Date: 3 November, 2014
Website: www.scarforlife.com