Beyond the Twilight
Style: Hard Rock
Release date: September 17th 2010

"Beyond the Twilight" is a short instrumental that immediately catches my attention. The melodic and very interesting guitar work is the cause of that. With "Can't Be True" it is clear what to expect. Decent Hard Rock songs with lots of melody.

Rock that includes influences of AC/DC, Tarot, Pretty Maids, White Lion etc. Classic Rock out of the 80's with some elements of the 70's. The guitar solo's done by Markus Glas make the album more interesting. Some solo's have a kind of classical touch. The biggest problem I have with this music is that after 5 or 6 songs I get a little bored. There is not enough variation but perhaps that is just the spoiled me thinking. The best songs I find the up-tempo ones, like for example "Soulhunter". A ballad kind of song like "Walkin' on the Deadline" can't impress me; fortunately the solo makes it better.

An album that will be appreciated by every hard rock fan, not the best ever recorded, but I think you will like these Germans.


01. Beyond the Twilight

02. Can't Be True

03. Love, Fire and Desire

04. One Under Thousand

05. Love's Like a Prostitute

06. Redlight Woman

07. Soulhunter

08. Walkin' on the Deadline

09. World Keeps Turnin'

10. Best Friend

11. Best Friend Radio Edition

Label: Thunderblast Records
Distibution: Twilight Vertrieb Gbr
Reviewed by:

Reinier de Vries

Date: September 6th 2010