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The Crusade

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Description: From the opening future-thrash twin-blast of Â"IgnitionÂ" and Â"Detonation,Â" with their anthemic refrains and blizzards of lacerating lead work, The Crusade is clearly a body of work that could raise the bar for rock bands around the world. ThereÂ’s the staggering, precocious Â"Anthem (We Are The Fire),Â" which blends the scathing thrash riffs of Megadeth with the infectious swagger of Mötley Crüe at their succinct best. The intricate, rumbling bludgeon of Â"Becoming The DragonÂ" has a pummelling, cyclical rhythmic drive and soaring, left-of-centre chorus. The do ... (more)
Manufacturer: Roadrunner Records
Release date: 30 April 2007
EAN: 0016861805920 UPC: 016861805920
Tags: Metal (4), 2006 (3), Thrash Metal (2), Heavy Metal (1), (1), Metalcore (1), Thrash (1), Speed Metal (1), Progressive Metal (1)
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Trivium: All Albums Ranked Best to Worst! (8 music items)

"I'll never know how Trivium went from "Ascendancy" to this, and then to "Shogun", as this is kind of the black sheep of that quadrilogy. I kind of feel like they were flirting more with their artsy side on this album to see how far they could swing that direction, and it just ended up with a lot of songs that don't really flow very well or stick out very much. "Ascendancy" was harder, this album is softer...and their next album, "Shogun", ended up just right...so that's a good thing, I suppose!"


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