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SECRET SPHERE "Sweet Blood theory"
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Written by Béa   
Tuesday, 09 December 2008 03:47

Release : october 24th 2008

Tracklist « Sweet Blood Theory » :cover
Evil Or Divine
Stranger In Black
From A Dream To A Nightmare
Bring On
The Shadows Of The Room Of Pleasure
Welcome To The Circus
The Butterfly Dance
Sweet Blood Theory
Feed My Fire
All These Words
Vampire's Kiss
The Day At The End Of The World

“Sweet Blood Theory” is the fifth album from the italian group Secret Sphere. The style of the group is a symphonic, epic and melodic power metal. It is a concept album based on the John William Polidory’s novel “The Vampire” (1814) mixed to the Tim Burton’s dark and epic ambiences. The first thing that I would say before beginning this review is that the cover is not really beautiful… musically it is another thing. The symphonic parts are succeeding to power metal parts and the tracks have the benefit of good arrangements and good orchestrations. However the tracks stay classic for the style. Ramon’s vocals are well at place, melodic and rather high pitched. The album is varied with rhythmed, fast songs such as « From A Dream To A Nightmare », mid tempos such as « All These Words », ballads with « The Butterfly Dance ». The symphonic choruses are very present and the keyboards have depending of the tracks a predominant place but the guitars ensure and give power to these.
If you like the genre it is an album that you will appreciate, if not you’ll pass your way.

Line up :
Ramon R Messina (chant) (vocals)
Aldo Lonobile (guitare) (guitars)
Paco Gianotti (guitare) (guitars)
Andy Buratto (basse) (bass)
Antonio Agate (claviers) (keyboards)
Federica Pennazzato (batterie) (drums)

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