Release date: March 24th 2006
Label: Lion Music
Provided by:
Lion Music
Gothic Rock

Rating: 55/100
Reviewed by: Michael Holmbo (Guest writer)
Date: March 27th 2006

They claim to be an international gothic rock band, combining lyrics with wave, rock, classical orchestration, piano and heavy guitars. The only thing to say about that is that it is correct. But the way they use it is actually a bit boring. I cannot say that the CD is particular bad, but it is not particular good either.

It is harmonic, sometimes solid plain rock. There are very little variations between the different tracks, but with good moments within some of the tracks. The chorus' save the CD not to be a total failure.

After have been listening to the CD three times, there are still no tracks that have been burned into your memory.        

Some comments: Track two starts with a Rammstein intro that defiantly does not fit very well. Track three has nothing to do with gothic, but is actually quite good. Track seven is all right gothic where Blind Guardian ballads comes to mind. Track twelve is in my opinion the best track but has nothing to do with the rest of the CD.  

All in all an average CD that shoves potential for the future development of the band.