Banners high MajestyCD

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Majesty
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CategoryCDs
ThemeBands
GenreHeavy Metal
EditionLimited Edition
Media formatCD
Media PackagingDigipak
Available since 20.12.2013
Product code272263

"Banners High" by Majesty is an extensive concept alubum with a fabulous fantasy story. The successor of "Thunder Rider" is fantastic.
The first edition of "Banners High" comes in a digipak with the title song "Banners High" in the karaoke version and "Take Me Home" in an acoustic version as bonus.

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Germany's Answer to Manowar

I believe this was Majesty's first concept album - something about swords, warriors, thunder and steel, you know the drill. They certainly wear their influences proudly and in plain sight, well I say influences but Manowar are by far and a way the obvious touchstone a quick glance at the album cover confirms as much. Lyrically we are firmly in Power (or true if you prefer) metal territory with lyrical content never straying far from the common swords 'n' fantasy tropes, personally I am more interested in the sounds than the song meanings so I can handle healthy doses of cheese (just as well as it's ladled on thick here). Musically I think Majesty know what they do well and they stick with it, chunky true metal riffs and big punchy fist in the air choruses, it's ear wormy for sure. Only Take Me Home offers up any real change of pace and it's a reasonable enough ballad. Final track The Day When the Battle is Won strays firmly into speed/power metal territory and is none the worse for it. Whilst this album certainly doesn't do anything new and will be achingly familiar to both Manowar and Majesty fans it is still an absolute blast of traditional metal joy and I would defy anyone not have some fun with it.

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