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Invisible, The Dead
Damnations Day is an Australian power metal act that put this reviewer down under after listening to their album, Invisible, The Dead. From beginning to end, this album is sure to appeal to all power metal fans. The vocals on this album are a great mix of incredible harmonies and metal screams and wails that is call to arms for all metal heads. Melodic, sweeping solos are abundant and each song is packed full of face smashing riffs that combine speed and aggression in the full package. This album is sure to be a crowd pleaser for metal heads worldwide. Definitely pick this one up!!
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4.5 :AVE RATING
ALL REVIEWS FOR: DAMNATIONS DAY
RATING Invisible, The Dead 2013 Nightmare/Sony RED Greg Watson 10/17/2013 4.5
ALL INTERVIEWS FOR: DAMNATIONS DAY
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