Jump to content

EONIAN RECORDS - Sneek Peek!


SUICIDE
 Share

Recommended Posts

After hearing the two songs on the sampler cd I'm looking forward to both of these especially the Charlotte.

Totally agree with Wes, the Charlotte sounds like the stronger of the two :banger:

Link to comment
Share on other sites

After hearing the two songs on the sampler cd I'm looking forward to both of these especially the Charlotte.

Totally agree with Wes, the Charlotte sounds like the stronger of the two :banger:

Charlotte is going to be one of there best releases but I am also looking forward in the TNA though !

Link to comment
Share on other sites

  • 2 weeks later...
  • 3 weeks later...
  • 2 months later...

Proper LEGACY tracklist is as follows: Some sites may have an older tracklist. Nightmare Records currently has the correct music samples in order but an old tracklist

 

1. Salvation Is Law

2. It’s Real

3. Cross The Line

4. Forever In Your Arms

5. Don’t Run Away

6. Red, White And Blue

7. Change Of A Broken Heart

8. Comin’ Along

9. Soldiers Unite

10. One Way Or The Other

11. Live It

12. What A World

13. Model Citizen

14. Vision Of Perfection

Link to comment
Share on other sites

  • 2 weeks later...

One spin in and I'm liking the Bluesy Metal style of Charlotte but there's not that many killer songs IMO but it's still very good and very well played. As of right now I'd probably put it somewhere in the middle of the Eonian pack as far as my favs go.

 

The Legacy on the other hand is a little to preachy for me but musically I really dig the Stryper meets Dokken sound so I'm sure it'll grow on me. With the preachy lyrics though I can see some people like Geoff being turned off by this one but I could be wrong. Then again the music is very good and the harmonies are nice as well.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

One spin in and I'm liking the Bluesy Metal style of Charlotte but there's not that many killer songs IMO but it's still very good and very well played. As of right now I'd probably put it somewhere in the middle of the Eonian pack as far as my favs go.

 

The Legacy on the other hand is a little to preachy for me but musically I really dig the Stryper meets Dokken sound so I'm sure it'll grow on me. With the preachy lyrics though I can see some people like Geoff being turned off by this one but I could be wrong. Then again the music is very good and the harmonies are nice as well. :D

 

Yes. CHARLOTTE is a very cool mixture in blues and metal. Very nice album. Will disagree with the 'not that many killer songs' opinion though as I feel it is a strong album that has received many fine reviews so far.

 

As for LEGACY, they are what they preach. A Christian Metal band who is not afraid of saying it in their music. We are not really bothered with people who are turned off by their strong christian lyrics. Christian Metal enthusiasts are pinching this one quickly. :devilgrin:

Link to comment
Share on other sites

One spin in and I'm liking the Bluesy Metal style of Charlotte but there's not that many killer songs IMO but it's still very good and very well played. As of right now I'd probably put it somewhere in the middle of the Eonian pack as far as my favs go.

 

The Legacy on the other hand is a little to preachy for me but musically I really dig the Stryper meets Dokken sound so I'm sure it'll grow on me. With the preachy lyrics though I can see some people like Geoff being turned off by this one but I could be wrong. Then again the music is very good and the harmonies are nice as well. :D

 

Yes. CHARLOTTE is a very cool mixture in blues and metal. Very nice album. Will disagree with the 'not that many killer songs' opinion though as I feel it is a strong album that has received many fine reviews so far.

 

As for LEGACY, they are what they preach. A Christian Metal band who is not afraid of saying it in their music. We are not really bothered with people who are turned off by their strong christian lyrics. Christian Metal enthusiasts are pinching this one quickly. :devilgrin:

 

 

I've played them both a little more and both rate higher with me now and I'm sure will get even better the more I spin them. The Legacy has nice solos on it and the Charlotte does have a few more great songs than I initially thought.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Yes. LEGACY's Matt and Fred are still excellent guitarists. They are having a reunion gig in June to celebrate their release.

Excellent. I think all employees of Eonian Records should get free tickets to the gig, including airfare. Please put a bug in Steve's ear. :P

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Yes. LEGACY's Matt and Fred are still excellent guitarists. They are having a reunion gig in June to celebrate their release.

Excellent. I think all employees of Eonian Records should get free tickets to the gig, including airfare. Please put a bug in Steve's ear. :P

 

A beetle kind or mic kind? :crazy:

Link to comment
Share on other sites

  • 2 weeks later...

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.
Note: Your post will require moderator approval before it will be visible.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

Loading...
 Share

  • 2021 HH Donation Drive

    Please support Heavy Harmonies! The donations goal is the out-of-pocket expenses to run the main site and this board for calendar year 2021.



    76% of donation goal reached.
    Donate Sidebar by DevFuse
  • Posts

    • You brought the man out of me, so many times, easily. 
    • One of my all-time favorite Christian rock-ballads.
    • I don't mind at all. That was the only way I could make you say, "Oh God!" without it being blasphemy. 
    • For the record, I would totally check out a "Do you want to Bang your Librarian?" thread. Also, when I first glanced at this post, I thought it read, "Do you want to Bang your Libertarian?" and I immediately thought, "No way in hell does anybody here want to bang Leykis." 
    • Agree...that sounds better. Still potential here and Erik makes it listenable.    This first single could've been pretty good with a different structured chorus so hopefully other tunes are a bit better. Still not sure its going to be melodic/catchy enough for my tastes which is generally my problem with this  genre.
    • My apologies, cob, but didn't Cody say "the only thing Atheists all have in common is we do not subscribe to the myth of the deity, god or higher power, of any kind, this is it, then we are worm food, not all Atheists subscribe to the same meaning or philosophy, we don't all believe in the same science, or anything, I personally feel as though..." Sorry if I misread, but that doesn't really sound like a group that are fundamentalist in their certainty. In fact, none of that really sounded to me how you describe it.  What does intrigue me, though, is that you acknowledge that we are just a speck upon a speck upon a speck staring at a piece of dirt on the toenail of an elephant... yet religious folk believe that there's a god out there somewhere and his only concern is whether this speck upon a speck upon a speck staring at a piece of dirt on the toenail of an elephant follows the gospel or not? And not only this speck upon a speck upon a speck staring at a piece of dirt on the toenail of an elephant, but every single other speck upon a speck upon a speck staring at a piece of dirt on the toenail of an elephant that has ever existed? Of the entire universe throughout the entirety of time, all this god really cares about is whether each speck upon a speck upon a speck staring at a piece of dirt on the toenail of an elephant is following the gospel. Because if not, that speck upon a speck upon a speck staring at a piece of dirt on the toenail of an elephant is sure as heck going to hell. Sounds like the type of being I'd like to devote my single human life to.  Sorry dudes, like I say, I'm not an atheist (that I know of), and I'm sure as heck not a religious man. What do you call someone who is just honest enough to admit that I don't have a clue how we started, or why we are, or what will happen when we're dead? And I also believe that no one alive now, or whom has lived before us, has these answers either. Nor will they ever have them. No matter how steadfast someone is in their belief of whatever they believe, no one will ever be able to answer, with 100% certainty, those questions. 
    • And a small but important  update. Had an MRI scan two weeks back and just before I went in for a weeks chemo. The day I was discharged the doctor who discharged me gave me the results of the MRI scan and confirmed my feelings that the brain cancer had reduced in size, so everything it seems is going to plan.
    • I'd like to think so too, but I don't think it is. But I am always weary of what's being reported in Australian media. Are we just seeing everything from the hysterical, moronic and blown out of proportion version that the Aussie media feeds us? Or are there actually things happening outside of this country that are as hysterically panic driven as they are here? From the few other things I've heard, globally, it does seem that this variant has earned it's own little slice of worldwide panic, so I guess we'll see. This Panic First, Ask Questions Later mentality that the world has adopted is honestly an (even further) embarrassment to humanity. If I didn't have children I would confess that the time has certainly well and truly come for the human race to be nuked and made extinct. I ponder how much I hated humans in 2019. It took 40 years to build up that level of hatred. I am not even kidding to say that those 40 years of built up hatred has probably doubled, if not tripled or even quadrupled in the space of the two years since. What I think of what has become of the human race in the space of two years has no words left to describe it. 
×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use.