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Vision - Hope & Fear (2013)

13-11-2013, 19:44
Music | Rock | Metal



Vision - Hope & Fear (2013)


Artist: Vision
Title Of Album: Hope & Fear
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Lake of Fire
Genre: Hard Rock, Heavy Metal
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 57:06 Min
Total Size: 138 Mb

Tracklist:

1. Spero Timor
2. Wailing Deth
3. Edge of the World Rising
4. Hope & Fear
5. Lost Child
6. Autumn
7. Winter’s Fall
8. Rush
9. Fathom
10. The Edge
11. Crimson Skies
12. Fear & Hope

Nefarious – Voices
Sean P. Gahgan – Guitar & Keyboards
Alex Kai – Percussion
Azrael – Bass

A combination of Melodic Hard Rock and Progresive/Power Metal with a gutsy edge

Vision's brand new masterpiece HOPE & FEAR will be released on September 25th, 2012 via Lake of Fire Records. HOPE & FEAR is a rollercoaster ride of hard hitting Heavy Metal, Melodic Hard Rock, and acoustic emotion. From start to finish the screaming emotional highs and soulful lows take the listener on a journey through the yearning and anxious feelings of hope and the foreboding desperation and distressing apprehension of fear. From the pounding assault of “Wailing Deth” that portrays major catastrophes throughout history to the emotional Winter’s Fall that iconalizes a father through his son’s eyes to the song “Rush” that puts butterflies in your stomach as you chase what you may never catch. HOPE & FEAR shows a growth in songwriting from both guitarist Sean P Gahgan and lead singer Nefarious. Production duties were again handled by Azrael at Lake of Fire Studios.





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