Again Came the Storm
Style: Melodic Powermetal
Release date: November 15th 2010
Playing time: 52:05

Canada is not really known for its power metal acts and that will not change after this record, I think. I'm certain this is not the thing a band wants to hear about their music, but if you can't stand the heat, stay out of the kitchen. If you want to compete with the other 4878 (don't blame me if I forgot one) power metal bands on our planet, you have to shine.

Everything power metal needs is there, but they did forget to write interesting songs with good arrangements and the most important thing they don't have is a good vocalist. Gab Langelier is an average singer, but not a bit more than that. The most interesting thing about the songs is the piano parts. This makes me smile every now and then and it did stop me from giving them a lower rating.

Sorry guys, but you have to come with a better effort next time, even a good production and a nice cover can't compensate for the weak and uninspired songs.


01. Signs of Temptation

02. Blood Stained History

03. My Glorious Burden

04. My Own Tragedy

05. The Last March

06. The Happening

07. Hymn For a Brighter Dawn

08. As Fool We Dance

09. Oh Winter Morning

10. Again Came the Storm

Label: Metalodic Records
Distribution: Twilight
Reviewed by: Reinier de Vries
Date: December 6th 2010