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Madman's Lullaby | New Beginning

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New Beginning

by Madman's Lullaby

Hard/Melodic Rock with a balance of 80's,90's and current elements
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Devil Inside
4:37 album only
2. Break the Silence
4:28 album only
3. New Beginning
3:38 album only
4. Someday
4:24 album only
5. Forgiven
4:56 album only
6. Empty Sorrow
5:23 album only
7. Another Tomorrow
5:18 album only
8. Waiting to Die
5:45 album only
9. Blinded
5:10 album only
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Album Notes
"New Beginning" is the NEW Hard driving CD from MADMAN'S LULLABY follow up to 2007 "Unchain My Soul"...after a couple member changes Madman's ROARS back with a KILLER follow up!!
here is a review from Cashbox Magazine
;Review=Madman’s Lullaby ‘s
New Album “New Beginning” comes blaring out of my speakers like a pneumatic
power hammer blasting thru metal ramparts. I’m totally enthralled with
this first tune “Devil Inside”… The crunchy guitarz, punchy percussions
and powerful vocals by Tony Ortiz will slowly and methodically creep
into your vial veins. Mr. Brett is the savage samurai on lead guitar, and he slices
and dices one demonic riff and solo one right after another. Yep, this is full throttle - 20
cups of coffee – mind-bending head-banging metal.

The self-titled song “New Beginning” is a pure
stalking menace of a tune with the pounding tribal drums in the intro,
and grinding guitars that just drill into your brain with a hypnotic vibe that doesn't seem
to want to let you go. Mike Tersigni’s tight, disciplined and systematic bass
playing and Eric Arbizu’s blistering work on the drum kit give this band just
a touch of that progressive metal resonance. The last song “Blinded”
is an endorphin rush of fast-riffing guitars and electrified vocals. Most of
the album is very strong with no fillers to be found here…

If you like the Scorpions, Dio, Queensryche, Dokken, Ratt, and
the like… Then Madman’s Lullaby is in da hood!!!

Final Word… “Say
hello to my little friend with this molten pot of wicked metal”.

Author=Scott Thomas



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