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  • Audio CD (8 Nov. 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Deluxe Edition
  • Label: Spinefarm Records
  • ASIN: B0043US8H0
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
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7 Sinners is the 13th studio album from the pioneers of German melodic speed metal, and it's one of their hardest and fastest to date. Since joining forces back in 1984, Helloween have become one of the premier names in the metal world; never afraid to experiment or crack a smile, the musicians have always been concerned with breaking down as many barriers as possible, and 7 Sinners is conceived very much in that grand tradition: a 13-track collection that sharply defines the contemporary hard rock/heavy metal genre. The album includes the single "Are You Metal?".

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Helloween kept their promise. 7 sinners is very heavy and fast, and is everything I hoped for. This is really one of the best power metal releases / metal releases for 2010. I might even consider placing this album above Blind Guardian's - At the edge of time.
All the songs are as always very catchy, with great sing a long choruses, and great meaty riffs. You will also find some very spectacular drumming on this album.
And with 14 songs, I really feel this is value for money.

Some of the highlights for me: Long Live the King, Are you Metal, Who is MR madman.

Buy this you will not be disappointed!
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Helloween are a big name in power metal, from pioneering the genre back in the late eighties with their "Keeper of the seven keys albums" they quickly found themselves trailing other bands capitalizing on their success and thou diverting away from the very genre they helped to create by a serious of dreadful albums; admittedly this decade they have faired better with "The dark ride and Gambling with the devil" being excellent examples of hard power, which has definitely uplifted my spirit and faith in the band. This, will have brought them back much of their lost credibility and places them back on the king throne of power once again.

This album is monsterous, loud and damn heavy affair which makes "Ire works" look like something closer to Britney spears than 7 sinners; lets get one things straight here, this truly is a bombastic and magnificent power metal album. The opener "Where the sinners go" opens with a grade A metal sound the drums and heavy rhythms quickly then take hold; the next thing that takes you is Andi Deris's excellent vocals which seen so finely tuned for this release. Are you metal? opens up with a guitar riff and answers the question they may have been asking themselves straight away, Its full of riffs and damn bloody excellent!!! a true party song for halloween! Next up, "Who is the madman?" Is a rather geeky keyboard orientated song, that is until 0.45 and it's business as usual, tonnes of harmonics and melody breaks intertwined with huge guitar shredding, a very good song also. "Raise the noise" has to be one of my favourites of the album, that guitar sound is to die for, that thick hollow sound surrounds the melodies and singing and the songwriting doesn't get any better.
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By Kingcrimsonprog TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 13 Jun. 2014
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In 2010, Helloween decided to take things in a darker, heavier and more serious direction with their 13th full-length studio album, 7 Sinners. While still unmistakably a Deris-era Helloween record full of gorgeous dual lead guitars, thundering double-kicks and character-filled vocal performances, the overall attitude is just a little less fun and a little more aggressive. The guitar tone has a harsher bite too.

For the perfect example of what the band are doing here, listen to the single “Are You Metal?” and pay attention to the music underneath the guitar solo. Then listen to the first heavy riff on “Who Is Mr. Madman?” – See? It’s the Deris-era Helloween sound, but darker, harder, and heavier. Songs like “Long Live The King” still have huge sing-along melodies and soaring triumphant guitar lines that you want from Helloween, but they simply crush as well.

It sounds kind of like a mixture between the heaviest parts of 2000’s The Dark Ride and 2007’s Gambling With The Devil albums.

Ok. So its heavier than their usual style, but is it also good? Yes. Yes, its very good. There are memorable choruses in spades, great guitar solos, fun drum fills and a very smart balance of consistency with variety. You won’t get bored, but it feels like a cohesive “whole.”

Standout tracks include Grosskopf’s fantastic contributions “World Of Fantasty,” and “If A Mountain Could Talk” as well as the fist-pounding, anthemic “Raise The Noise” which they should have made a concert staple. Its an absolute stormer. It even has a Jethro Tull-esque flute solo that doesn’t feel cheesy, token or forced.
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I am one of the original Helloween fans who were hooked by the group way back in the late 80s >>> yes sadly I'm that old, and went thru the Keepers' periods with firm faith that they would ultimately usurp Maiden as the kings of metal. That never really happened (until now) and a couple of dire outputs (Chameleon and Bubbles) totally alienated me (although I still have the CDs).

On a trip to Lille, fingering through the 2nd hand CDs on a market, I noticed a demo of Gamblin' for 5 euros and picked it up to play on the drive home. That one random purchase has seen me rediscover the band and how glad I am that this has happened as they really haven't put a foot wrong since Chameleon. The Kiske/Derris
debate will continue for years, I like them both for their different styles with the later being an excellent showman with a good SOH (checkout the live DVDs).

Back to this album ... what can I say but it is superb. Any album has peaks and troughs and this is no different. The drumming is more pronounced throughout the album
and to some there will be a lack of variety at first ... but please persevere it will be worth it !! The 1st three tracks are outstanding with Mr Madman and Are Metal? truly outstanding. I don't dislike track 4 ... but probably the low point is track 5 World of Fantasy which I have heard so many times before. Long Live The King is true Teutonic Speed as only Halloween can put out. The smile of the Sun is the only real ballad which should give fans attending their live performances a little relief for their ears. From this point on its all excellent with The Sage, The Fool, The Sinner and I'm Free being highlights.

If you like melodic, loud and fast metal then you will not be disappointed. My only warning to any newbies is the cost ... once you hear this album you will want to listen to a lot more. 100% deffo
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