Fine, but not great as the above user stated. But not dreadful, either.
Seems every album from BNW to now, someone has a gripe at Caveman's production. But I don't think it's his fault.
BNW: Absolutely fantastic production, master and mix.
DOD: Very brickwalled. Personally doesn't bother me...
An emotional album closer. Great song.
This view may now be a bit redundant now we know that this album likely *wont* be the final album (Bruce revealed that the band were thinking of recording a second album before common sense dictated that they should release the album they already had...
I have "moments" during a show. Normally when Blood Brothers is playing. The last few times I saw them play this, Bruce had something to say regarding a recent tragedy - and he used the song as a message and anthem. I was a blubbering wreck on these occasions. Always moves me.
Fantastic show last night at the Underworld. British Lion are brilliant live - and this will now make me give their albums a second chance. And of course, it was thrilling to have 'Arry himself a mere 2-3 feet away from me! Any Maiden fan can appreciate how exciting that was.
Really looking foreward to the Wembley gig next year.
Took me a while to get into Steven Wilson's music (I knew him more through Opeth) but after 2015's Hand.Cannot.Erase album - that was it.
Really gutted this years tour was canceled. Was really excited to see him in Manchester and London.
I am a huge Beatles and McCartney fan.
This year has been fantastic for Fab Four fans: Let It Be boxset, Let It Be documentary and McCartney's The Lyrics (for which I was lucky enough to attend the "In Conversation" event at the Royal Festival Hall), Plastic Ono Band boxset and the All Things...
Another Life, I'm pretty sure anyway, at the Hammersmith 2005 Clive Aid gig. My first Maiden gig. Then again I suppose for me at least, a large chunk of that tour's set list could be considered "rarely played".