One of the better Kamelot albums as far as I’m concerned, Tommy Karevik sings in his range and he brings a little bit of a heavier and darker feel to the album. Since the departure of Roy Khan, Kamelot has gotten less melancholy and poppy. It’s still creeping on hard rock, but thanks to the guitar solos, still has a bit of an edge. I’m undecided on the harsh vocals, they sort of offer a nice compliment to the choir and female vocals on “Liar Liar,” but it’s minimal.


Originally published on extrememetal.tv

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