Been exploring more. Let the Storm Descend Upon You is an absolute monster of a track. Also Moonglow's title track is another solid one. Have bought the album but haven't gotten around to listening to it
I'm hoping to get it as a Bday present to myself in a couple of weeks! It's cool that Candice Night is on it. I like what she and Ritchie Blackmore have done with Blackmore's Night.Been exploring more. Let the Storm Descend Upon You is an absolute monster of a track. Also Moonglow's title track is another solid one. Have bought the album but haven't gotten around to listening to it
I am somewhat underwhelmed by it. It mainly just sounds like recycled ideas from the previous Avantasia albums
It's interesting that you like the album because it doesn't sound like Avantasia, but I'm unimpressed because it sounds like Avantasia by numbers. Were we even listening to the same album?It doesn't sound like an Avantasia Album...
What I liked, Everything lol. Even the fact that it doesn't sound like an Avantasia album
It is what it is. That's just the way things are with Avantasia setlists since I first saw them in 2013. Only 'Farewell', 'Reach Out for the Light', 'Avantasia' and 'Sign of the Cross/Seven Angels' get in the setlist. 'Breaking Away' was in the setlist at Bloodstock 2013. The only other song from those two albums I'd be excited to see performed is 'Serpents in Paradise'.Wow, just 4 (and a half) songs from the first 2 albums. That's sad.
It would be, but I don't think it will ever happen since Bruce doesn't seem to be too interested in music projects these days. Perhaps if Tobi lets him promote What Does This Button Do? mid-track it might happen but otherwise I suspect Bruce is too busy doing everything but music to do guest slots on anybody's album.Avantasia are quickly becoming a favourite of mine. Tobias Sammet is brilliant at getting the best out of his guest singers. Bruce on a Avantasia track would be really interesting.