Rulebreaker - Primal Fear CD
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GenreHeavy Metal
EditionLimited Edition
Media formatCD & DVD
Media PackagingBox Set
Available since 22.01.2016
Product code323809

This fan edition contains the digipak version, consisting of the regular album (including 2 bonus tracks) and a DVD with 2 cool clips plus a Making of extra. Exclusive to EMP: In addition to these items, this fan edition also contains a high-quality silver-coloured "Rulebreaker" bust and a certificate of authenticity. Limited to 300 copies!

The German Power/Heavy Metal horde Primal Fear finally released "Rulerbreaker", their latest album. The 11th longplayer by Primal Fear was produced in the Hansen Studios in Ribe (Denmark) by bass player Max Sinner and Jacob Hansen. The boys are back on the scene with new drummer Francesco Jovino (U.D.O.) and guitarist Tom Naumann (now a permanent member) and present the successor to "Delivering the black" from 2014.

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Primal fear Rule breaker

The eleventh studio album from German power metal horde Primal Fear is pretty consistent in tone and style from the band’s signature formula. As the music here tends to shuffle between up-tempo grooves or more melodic marches, the deviation from the tracks isn’t really there and it does seem as though the album is stuck on repeat for numerous tracks as it fires up another similar number to others already present in here whether it be any variation of their styles and can make the album seem like it drags at times, though this tends to be emblematic of their albums overall and doesn’t really seem too big of a hurdle on this one.Opener ‘Angels of Mercy’ slowly builds from a sampled intro into a ripping mid-tempo chug with fiery riffing and pounding drumming carrying along at a steady pace with fiery melodic rhythms running through the churning solo section that leads into the strong finale gives this a strong and impressive opener with a lot to like about it. ‘The End Is Near’ features another hard-hitting mid-tempo charge with heavy chugging riffing, fiery rhythms and pounding drumming carrying the thumping rhythms along with plenty of energy throughout the more melody-driven solo section and continuing on through the thumping final half for yet another strong highlight. The epic ‘We Walk Without Fear’ slowly works past the orchestration intro leading into the charging drumming alongside the mid-tempo riff-work full of soaring melodic rhythms that alternate effectively with the bombastic orchestration charging along with the mid-tempo riffing and stylish drumming that moves along with the stylish solo sections leading into the final half for a much more listenable and engaging effort than expected. For me this is one of the best Primal fear albums. Guys doesn't break rules but doesn't have to!! Heavy metal forever!

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