stratovarius nemesis

It’s just so fucking obvious now I sit down and think about it: It’s showcased very well, starting with the vocal work. This song is one of the album’s best songs. Even the bands incorporating more modern elements into their sound Helloween, Gamma Ray, etc. I really enjoy this song.

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East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. Not one of the high points for me at first, but it definitely grew, and it was a welcome contrast from the first four edgy, progressive tracks of this album. I do think it might be too long though.

Out of the Fog- This is the one song that sounds like what we’ve been hearing from Stratovarius on the previous two albums. First few listens I wasn’t sure about it at all, I felt that the melodies just weren’t there for some reason.

Honestly, it’s a very pretty song, it’s very well done, but it doesn’t do anything for me. I guess if you took the synths out, it would sound like a Tolkki-era song. Every single track in this album has so much energy and memorability to it, that it’s hard not to be compelled by it.

See All Buying Options. Even the bands incorporating more modern elements into their sound Helloween, Gamma Ray, etc. Adapted from a review originally by Forged: The band considered hiring an orchestra to perform in the album, but they abandoned the idea in the end.


As usual, the music is top notch, and the synths on this one are tolerable. As an album alone, by any band, this is a very good album. It’s probably the best song they’ve written since the title track of Destiny. Their ballads have always been one of their strong suits to me and If the Story is Over doesn’t disappoint either, very clean and emotional sounding and placed quite nicely towards the end of the album.

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But even so, it is still an evolving path. I’ve seen the keyboard presence on this album described as industrial, but that really isn’t true, except maybe in the middle of ‘Halcyon Days’, though it actually goes a little closer to dubstep than typical industrial sounds. Out of the Fog is power strztovarius to the max, with some serious melodic attack and blistering solo work from Matias and catchy keys courtesy of Jens.

With the exception of the more progressive numbers – Out of the Fog, Castles in the Air and Nemesis – most of the songs on this album sit comfortably around the four minute mark.

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I find both those subject areas surpass excellance, point stated. Alexa Actionable Nfmesis for the Web. And yet it did. The near unanimous praise strafovarius this album thus far is not unexpected, as it manages to find itself in the unique position of being slightly closer to the band’s older works while still being a noticeable step forward in the band’s overall evolution.


After Tolkki left I still stood by the band and continued to check out all of their releases, but each album seemed to be missing something. I’ll give kudos to Matias’ guitar work on this song, but overall, it just slipped off my radar. This was encouraging to see too.

By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. But on the strengths of the songs alone, yeah, this is really stratpvarius done.

The percussion work also fares well, nemdsis very explosive and possessing a very engaging speed along with the rest of the musicianship. They are played incredibly well without too much unneeded noodling, making way for a stellar and organized performance.

See all 45 nemdsis. Out Of The Fog 7. This is the first song that Matias Kupiainen has written single-handedly. The fast songs on the album don’t tend to fall into the same category as previous anthems might have, however.

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