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Kobra and her rockin' kohorts return with the follow-up to their self-titled offering of 2012, and I think this is better all round - Kobra has found an even more powerful / soulful register for her all-conquering voice, and the songs are generally more developed, hitting a style that retains the powerful overtones of metal whilst leaving room for strong hooks, plus real emotion and depth. Cool artwork, too, and the recent pics I've seen of Kobra would seem to indicate a new more potentially crossover style. High Priestess, indeed - all hail!
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I enjoyed this album on it's first listen, so that is a plus for me. It's a mixture of Heavy and Melodic Metal. There are 5 stand out tracks for me: Heartbeat Soldier Battle of Wrath Visionary Lost in the Shadows This band doesn't sit in a specific metal category as the tracks vary between commercial metal, melodic and heavy metal. Kobra and the Lotus last album was good, but this is better, they sound a bit like A Sound of Thunder or Vandroya, but aren't as Heavy as Battle Beast, a good blend of metal tracks, some more energetic than others. So if you like like stuff from Avenged Sevenfold, to Battle Beast, to Delain, you might like them.