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Dragony Masters of the Multiverse Limb Music October 12, 2018

Dragony

Masters of the Multiverse

Limb Music

October 12, 2018

Album Review By Allyson Kingsley

 

Right off the bat I say “Fuck yeah!,” 5 metal horns, etc. This is superb melodic power metal that hail from Austria. They started out as The Dragonslayer Project and later shortened it to Dragony. Having achieved quite the following they have performed with Axxis, Sonata Arctica, Serenity, Powerwolf and Paul Di'Anno. This is a masterful work for fans of Winterstorm, Powerwolf and Elvenking. Masters of the Multiverse beautifully flows over you, embellishing you in its lithe sinuous intricacies, sters to high speed bombers to epic ballads. Sabaton guitarist Tommy Johansson features on the release  as well as Van Canto singer Ross Thompson and the German vocalist Nora Bendzko. The band members are Frederic Brünner (drums), Herbert Glos (bass), Manuel Hartleb (keyboards), Andreas Poppernitsch (guitar), Simon Saito (guitar), and Siegfried “The Dragonslayer” Samer (vocals).

 

I couldn't even pick one featured song as the entire album is amazing. This band has captured my imagination. Their riffs and vocals are powerful, and they’re greater storytellers. Nothing is understated, the guitars bedevil you, the drum beats are massive and the approach is pure power metal grandiosity. From “Flame of Tar Valon” to “Grey Warden” I was mesmerized.

 

This is music for the fan who likes stories told in big choruses, ripping chords, and galloping drums. This album is for whom history is an open and endless book with a kickass guitar solo wedged in between every few pages.


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