At The Edge Of Time (Deluxe Version)
Released: Aug 2010
Label: Nuclear Blast
Using John Milton, Michael Moorcock and Norse mythology, among other, uh, nerdy things as inspiration, the German power-metal veterans offer album number nine. Vacillating between crushing speed metal and straight-up prog rock, and marked by the operatic crooning of Hansi Kursch, songs like "Control the Divine" (Paradise Lost set to stun) and "Curse My Name" (based on a pamphlet arguing the merits of regicide) will appeal to any longtime fan of the band, or anyone heading into battle, or both.
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