Dismal Euphony
Lady Ablaze
All Little Devils



Lady Ablaze (Napalm Records) Enslain Magazine Issue #8
Being a fan of their last release, I was looking forward to hearing this one. After hearing the album, I must admit I am disappointed. It's just not the same as "All Little Devils," which I thought was one of the best female vocal metal albums I've ever heard. This album is just different. It seems to be a lot less heavy, more pop feeling. The production is not anywhere near as good as "...Devils," and the male vocal is way different, kind of clear instead of being raspy and harsh. I would go as far as to say it sounds like two totally different bands. I'm not saying it's bad, but it just doesn't have the power that "...Devils" has. It seems to lack in every department, most significantly in the lack of feeling and passion behind it. -- Chris L.

All Little Devils (Nuclear Blast)
Enslain Magazine Issue #6
Order Issue #6!  This review included. The first time I heard this, I liked it - all of it. It is a great mix of clear, distinct female vocal stylings mixed with some great death metal vocals by the bass player. Normally I don't dig female vocals for music that is as heavy as this, but it is just done so well. Overall feel is very heavy, plenty of double-bass to go around, some great guitarwork, and very tasteful usage of keyboards in the right places. If I had to draw a musical comparison, I would say In Flames and Opera IX. I find myself listening to the album repeatedly. -- Chris L.


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