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Knightmare 'Space Nights' Album Review by John Sylvia

Knightmare

Space Nights

Rafchild Records (Germany)

October 4, 2019

Album Review by John Sylvia

Boston Rock Radio


 

Take some Power Metal, add some Thrash, throw in some Classic and Hard Rock sound with a slight futuristic vibe and you come up with Space Nights. This band, Knightmare, out of Raleigh, North Carolina has put together a great album. I’ll be honest, upon my first time playing it through on just my laptop speaker, I enjoyed it, but was not overly impressed, but for the second runthrough, I plugged in the headphones and let me tell you…

 

This album should be listened to with the volume up and anyone of the songs, or all of them, would make a great addition to your playlist. The classic double axe attack of Jared Mountz and Reid Rogers, the skillful drum work of Chris Hatchcock, and Anthony Micale laying down the bass and lead vocals, for what all comes together as an enjoyable headbanging experience.

 

This seven track album is the band’s fourth release. I have yet to go back and listen to any of their earlier material, but my curiosity is definitely piqued. I liked every track on this album, but especially enjoyed “Witchburn” and the album’s namesake, “Space Nights.” “Witchburn” just purely kicks ass and has a nostalgic classic metal feel to it.  “Space Nights” starts out by leading you down one path, only to abruptly switch up and bring you in a whole other direction. Just past the midway point, there is the very pleasant, albeit brief, melodic instrumental called “Spellbound.” Other tracks include, “The Conqueror,” “Heart of Stone,” “Khazad-Doom,” and “Flame of the West.”

 

Give Knightmare a listen. I promise it will be worth your while.

 

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