Area51 | Judge the Joker

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Judge the Joker

by Area51

The fourth album from the technical melodic heavy metal unit AREA51, with solid performances by members from Soilwork, Symphony X, and James LaBrie.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Neo-Classical Metal
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1. The Phantom
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2. The Vampire's Agony
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3. Over the Rainbow
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4. Falsa Luce
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5. Call My Name
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6. The Devil's Own
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7. Valkyrja
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8. No More Pain (Why Not Me?)
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9. Sang Noir
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10. Fly Away from the Flower
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11. Save Our Roots
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Four years from the last album, this fourth album was created even further depth in composition, performance, and overall sound in mind. The trademarks “melodious composition” , “catchy singing in Japanese”, and “technical performance” all tie into elevating the musicality much higher, to the next dimension.

Contributors to this excitement are Dirk Verbeuren of Soilwork on drums, Mike LePond of Symphony X on bass, and Matt Guillory of James LaBrie’s solo band on keyboards, providing world class performances. Words are not necessary to explain the excellence they brought.

Japanese media and magazines such as “BURRN!”, “YOUNG GUITAR”, “Guitar Magazine”, “Ongaku Natalie”, and “BARKS”, have all expressed strong interest. Interviews and special articles are on the way.

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