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HARDWARES

STORM OF PERFECTION

Into The Sun

(Tru-b-Dor/Fontana)

Reviewed by : Mitch Lafon
Rating : 7.5

Perhaps this is the first time you hear about Arizona’s STORM OF PERFECTION, however, it won’t be your last. The band’s career opening salvo is the wonderfully crafted album, Into The Sun. Molded by legendary GUNS N' ROSES producer, Alan Niven, the songs deliver a sense of urgency and angst while maintaining a balance of fine craftsmanship and European metal excess. Musicianship is a priority for Storm Of Perception and each song is painted on a large canvas with many colors. Depths Of Euphoria winds it’s way slowly from a lonely instrument crying out and grows into an old school QUEENSRŸCHE-y screamer. While In Light Of My Solitude crackles with the sound of an old vinyl record before leaping into a battle between power metal and classical piano. Half Moon starts in the middle ages musically before trotting into a full metal assault. Overall, the album juxtaposes beauty and harshness both musically and lyrically. Storm Of Perception’s Into The Sun is a smartly constructed album in a day when album’s are quite often and afterthought.



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