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A New Dawn

by Orion Riders

Symphonic power metal
Genre: Metal/Punk: Power Metal
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1. In Memory
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2:45 $0.99
2. Whispers
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4:55 $0.99
3. A New Dawn
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6:54 $0.99
4. Leave the Shades Behind
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5:31 $0.99
5. Lacrimae Angeli
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0:40 $0.99
6. Light and Dark
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7:34 $0.99
7. Life's Best Days
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8. Nocturne
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9. Old Symphony
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Album Notes
After six years of activity, many live shows across Italy and two demo CDs, "Brothers Of Another Time" and "Leave", the italian band Orion Riders releases their own first full-length CD entitled A New Dawn. The sound is a mix of heavy metal from the '80s, symphonic power metal and U.S. prog-metal. Speaking of vocals, singer Joe Lombardo is a splendid mix of Helloween's Kiske and Queensryche's Tate. Nine tracks of pure heavy metal, "In Memory" is a restless and evocative beginning while "Whispers" and the title track are a mix of power rhythmics and melodious vocals. Also included is the power-epic song "Leave The Shades Behind"; the thrashing "Light And Dark"; the celestial ballad "Life's Best Days"; and the intricate power-symphonic song "Old Symphony". This album features evocative atmospheres, touching lyrics, screaming vocals, power riffing, rhythms and solos. The way of Orion Riders is long, tomorrow will be A New Dawn... Heavy Metal/Neo-Classical Metal, total running time, 41:39


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Paul Jennings

Powerful, Symphonic, Melodic - Hits all the bases.
A great listen. This band is very tight. There are quite a few practitioners of this type of metal, but these guys display a sense of maturity, not only in their playing, but in their songwriting. Looking forward to their next release.

larry costa