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Arion - Vultures Die Alone (2021)


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New album out March 26 2021. First single Bloodline featuring Noora Louhimo (Battle Beast) out now.
 

  1. Out Of My Life
  2. Break My Chains
  3. Bloodline (Ft. Noora Louhimo)
  4. I’m Here To Save You
  5. In The Name Of Love
  6. A Vulture Dies Alone
  7. I Love To Be Your Enemy
  8. Where The Ocean Greets The Sky
  9. I Don’t Fear You
  10. Until Eternity Ends

 

 

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39 minutes ago, J.S.M said:

Looking forward to that album.

Last album had some great songs. The problem was that I didn't like them all and there were only 8 songs... hopefully out of my life isn't an intro.

First single is good, I'm not a fan of slowing down in the chorus but that's just me.

I really enjoyed the last album also, it grew on me the more I played it. Really looking forward to this new one - First single is solid. 
 

I had a quick check and there no intros/outros either, so 10 full songs. 

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I still listen to Last of Us regularly. I lost all interest with the new singer. 

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52 minutes ago, heavyharmonies said:

This album is a grower.

Sometimes they turn out to be the best. Albums that are instant are great for a few spins but can often lose their novelty. 

Is it pretty heavy throughout? How does it stack up to Life Is Not Beautiful?

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I'll have to give this a try, but I really, really miss the old singer. Anybody know what he's up to these days?

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Oh, it's not actually out, yet. I guess I'll check it out next week.

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18 hours ago, KarpetRydOFunk said:

I'll have to give this a try, but I really, really miss the old singer. Anybody know what he's up to these days?

As far as I’m aware he does a lot of acoustic projects (latest being a duo called Two Winds) and pop covers. Quite a removal from the metal scene...

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7 hours ago, Aordave89 said:

As far as I’m aware he does a lot of acoustic projects (latest being a duo called Two Winds) and pop covers. Quite a removal from the metal scene...

Hmm. I'll check it out, but seems like a waste of talent. 

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Listened to it four times in a row. Yeah, it's pretty good. 

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Agree with you fine gentlemen - Awesome album and it gets better with each spin. 

‘Love To Be Your Enemy’ is my favourite track.. brilliant. 

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Might piss a few of you off, but my favourite track from this album is the instrumental, "Where the Ocean Greets the Sky." It's just so epic!

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