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2002
Label: Nuclear Blast - NB 500-2,Nuclear Blast - 27361 65002 • Format: CD Album CD CD-ROM • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Heavy Metal
Lightyears From Home - Primal Fear - Black Sun (CD, Album)

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"Black Sun" (), Primal Fear's fourth full length album, takes what worked so well on Nuclear Fire and adds more. A little more heaviness here, a little more melody there. More attention to songcraft generating even more memorable songs. The result is, in my opinion, Primal Fear's best release to date/5(53).

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 · Channeling vintage Judas Priest while adding a touch of thrash metal dynamics and layered vocals, Primal Fear comes galloping out of the metal underground once again on Black concentrating just a little bit harder on the heaviness of the music, the band manages to deliver a more consistently engaging product than many of their contemporaries in the power metal field.


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3 thoughts on “Lightyears From Home - Primal Fear - Black Sun (CD, Album)

  1. Buy Primal Fear - Black Sun - Nuclear Blast, Nuclear Blast - CD, Album - NB , , includes Countdown To Insanity, Black Sun, Armageddon, Lightyears From Home, Revolution, Fear, Mind Control, Magic Eye, Mind Machine, Silence, We Go Down, Cold Day In Hell, Controlled.

  2. "Black Sun" (), Primal Fear's fourth full length album, takes what worked so well on Nuclear Fire and adds more. A little more heaviness here, a little more melody there. More attention to songcraft generating even more memorable songs. The result is, in my opinion, Primal Fear's best release to date/5(52).

  3.  · Channeling vintage Judas Priest while adding a touch of thrash metal dynamics and layered vocals, Primal Fear comes galloping out of the metal underground once again on Black concentrating just a little bit harder on the heaviness of the music, the band manages to deliver a more consistently engaging product than many of their contemporaries in the power metal field/10(24).

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