Power of Metal.dk Review

Unleash The Beast
Release date: 5 January, 2015
Playing time: 69:57

Some reviews are easy, some are not. Nemesis’ “Unleash The Beast”, or rather its rerelease falls into the second category. It is definitely a good album, but the first 4 songs which were also on the original release make me wonder why. The quality increases gradually, and the 4th song is even quite enjoyable, but the first 3 songs are still very weak and make me wonder why the original release is considered a collector’s item these days.

Fortunately Nemesis decided to add quite a lot of new(er) material to the rerelease which makes up for this initial weakness both in quality and quantity. It is as if the band wanted to show the world how much you can improve if only you are serious about it. Old School Heavy Metal full of tales of heroism and steel, solid guitar work, a clean and powerful voice behind the microphone, what else can one wish for?

Fans with a taste for Old School Heavy Metal that looses itself in tales full of heroism and steel, will definitely love this album.

01. Alive and Kicking
03. Too Much to Lose
04. Concerned
05. The Sound of Metal
Everyday is a Good Day (To Rock)
Blood Red Sun
08. Kingdom of Steel
09. Master Commander
10. The Blade
11. The King is Dead
12. Traitor
13. Forever in Metal
14. Don't Love Metal
Label: CMC/ Sonic Age
Reviewed by: Markus Falkenberg
Date: 27 May, 2015
Website: www.thenems.com