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www.melodicrock.com/articles/news-feed/2016/11/25/enbound-release-debut-album-blackened-heart-out-now

 

 

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While fans wait for a new Work Of Art album; here's something very cool to check out - this is a great album!
The Swedish melodic metal band ENBOUND just released their new album "The Blackened Heart" in Europe and North America through Inner Wound Recordings and in Japan through Bickee Music.

The song "Get Ready For" can be streamed at YouTube:

 

 

 

ENBOUND is:
Lee Hunter [Lars Säfsund - Work of Art] - Vocals
Swede - Bass
Marvin Flowberg - Guitars
Mike Cameron Force [ex. Zonata] - Drums

 

"The Blackened Heart" contains a nice mix of heavy and up tempo songs, all with their own strong and grasping melodies. Enbound prove with "The Blackened Heart" that they can handle any angle of melodic metal. Like on their debut album, the characteristic powerful arrangements remain with the fantastic and emotional vocals from Lee Hunter on top.

The album was mastered by Jacob Hansen [Amaranthe, Volbeat, Primal Fear] and guests on the album includes Linnéa Wikström [Kamelot, Therion] and Mike LePond [symphony X].

 

Link to the music video for "Give Me Light":

 

 

 

"The Blackened Heart" track listing
01. Falling
02. Give Me Light
03. Crossroad
04. Get Ready For
05. Feel My Flame
06. Twelve
07. Holy Grail
08. HIO
09. They Don't Really Know
10. Make You So Unreal

 

ENBOUND online
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/enbound

Inner Wound Recordings online
Website: http://www.innerwound.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/innerwoundrecordings

 

 

 

Pretty good but bring me WOA next! :D

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I like the song "Get Ready For" (very Eclipse), but the others didn't do anything for me.

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I like the song "Get Ready For" (very Eclipse), but the others didn't do anything for me.

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Yeah, I'd agree. The rest is very boring.

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