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Polarized

by Seventh Omen

Power metal - Heavy and energetic, melodic and technical
Genre: Metal/Punk: Power Metal
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1. A Gentle Breeze
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2. Polarized
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3. Robotica
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4. Silent Weapons
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5. Vultures at the Window
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6. Treading Water
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7. Divine Dichotomy
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8. Clear Water
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9. Hate Breeds
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10. Fear Feeds
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11. Possession
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12. Kill Ego
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13. Blame
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The new CD, "Polarized" is packed with over an hour of heavy riffs, catchy rhythms, power, melody, energy, and plenty of hooks.



Faithful to the genre of Heavy Metal, yet fresh and up to date.



It is the highly anticipated follow-up to Seventh Omen's first CD release, Majestic.



This is the band's best work to date and is sure to please all Seventh Omen fans and win many more new ones!


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Toine van Poorten/Metal Forever, Forever Metal

we’re dealing with an exciting metal album here
This is the second album by this band from Illinois. We hear thirteen songs with a total length of a full hour. The big picture remains the same though. Loads of riffs, loads of hair, high quality music with enough melody not to make it sound thrashy. The influences are still the same. So we’re dealing with an exciting metal album here. I like the artwork the band used on the cover. The front cover is divided into two parts, whereas the left part represents ‘hell’ or ‘the bad things in life’, and the right part represents ‘heaven’ or ‘the good things in life’. Songs like “Treading Water” are not really my cup of tea. I prefer a bit more power, but you can hear that we’re dealing with some high quality musicians here. “Clear Water” is more my thing. And I also count “Hate Breeds” to one of the better songs on this album. “Fear Feeds” is a short piece of about two minutes. “Blame” is another highlight for me, and this song also closes this second album. You can hear the progression of the band on this album.

lloyd mckinley

Cool old school american metal+progressive metal
Great cd with excellent musicianship and great vocals. Melodic yet still retaining a strong metallic edge. This band is something like a mixture of Dream Theater & Sanctuary without the over the top vocals of Sanctuary. Very interesting dark lyrical content adds to the enjoyment of this excellent cd.

Anthony Lawhorne

This CD rocks. Old school metal is back!
I was very impressed with the overall quality of Polarized. I just caught their show on Friday (3-24-00) and these guys are great. The music is tight and refreshing these days with all the rap/metal & thrash that's become popular. I think (hope) this CD takes these guys to the top, cuz that's where they belong. If you don't have this CD, get it. You won't be disappointed.

antony tsamoulis

pure heavy metal in the vein of 80's american power
its a pleasure to see american power metal growin up again after the dead period of 1990-1996.seventh omen is a group that can lead for sure this new movement.their music is pure heavy metal with technical cuts and great melodies.sometimes they remind me of helstar and snctuary.thats metal boys.listen to it and fuck trends!!!!well done!!!

Teresa

listened because my friend knowsw/bob, and it is awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!
sounds the way metal should, reminds me of early metallica, and the like, only BETTER!!!!!!!. finally i have some good music to listen to.
***THE record, not my friend knowing bob.