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Jesters Moon

by Jesters Moon

Not nu-metal, not rap-metal, not alt-metal, just True Heavy Metal.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Power Metal
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1. The Battle
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2. Devil's Eyes
5:22 $0.99
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3. No Clue
4:35 $0.99
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4. What's My Name
4:31 $0.99
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5. User
5:26 $0.99
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6. Amnesia
10:07 $0.99
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7. You're On Your Own
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8. Destination Known
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9. Man In A Glass
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10. Backstreets
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Jesters Moon rose out of the ashes of Pipe Dreams & Bangin' Moon
playing heavy metal in a traditional style, shying away from modern trends such as rap or
drop d grunge metal. After gaining some success with their initial release 'Jesters Moon'
the band continues to stand proud and defend the true metal which millions of fans
are denied on a daily basis.

Reviews
" First, I want to thank man in black music for this great album
The first song 'jesters Moon' begins with the sounds of the piano and the violin. It reminds me of intro's like songs from Cradle of Filth. At the background you can hear people talking. This is one of the most powerful intro's I ever heard.

The second song, or the first real song ' devils eyes' begins with a very good guitar play. On their website, you can read that they aren't nu-metal, no rap-metal, no alt-metal, but pure heavy metal. They haven't lied, this is indeed pure heavy metal. I first want to congratulate Vido Sinn for the perfect guitar play. I also want to congratulate the other members of coarse. The members of this band are also multi - talented. Like the singer for example plays also the guitar and keyboards. So, you can't say that they don't know anything about music.

The third song ' No clue' begins with a short drum solo. Then a scream from Bryce, the singer. This heavy metal band is so good, I didn't heard such a great heavy metal anymore after Iron maiden, Judas Priest, Manowar.... And now Jester Moon. This song has an excellent guitar solo. Vido Sinn, it isn't a sin like you are playing your guitar. Waaaaw !!! Get it loud !!!

Brilliant, fantastic, great, wonderful, marvellous.... These are the words to describe this album.
This is the first full album of Jester Moon and I'm sure that this won't be their last."

www.mtwog.com

"What you get with JESTERS MOON is '80s-style power metal combined with '70s style rock synthesizers, but with a very heavy sound at times. Plus, the vocalist sounds like a less screamy Udo! All the songs are well-written, and very memorable, and they have definite singalong moments. My favorite songs are probably "Devils Eyes" with its near-thrash heaviness, "Man in a Glass" with its exotic-sounding riffs, and "Backstreets" for the excellent synthesizer work and heavy bottom end. I wish that more power/heavy metal bands would take heed to what bands like JESTERS MOON are doing. They don't have a lot of happy-go-lucky melody, or tons of speed riffing, or clear soaring vocals. They just fuckin' rock without attention to the trend of the day. That's what truly impresses me here."

metalunionzine@neo.rr.com

"Jesters Moon plays classic Heavy/Epic Metal inspired straight from the 80ies.
They are from US,Portland,and they have the sound of the the old good british
heavy metal bands.They remind me a lots of Saxon and Leatherwolf...and I think
everyone would agree with me.A release like that would make them famous back
in the 80ies..It's nostalgic I must say..The productions is very proffesional
and the album has crystal sound.Songs like the beautiful ballad "Destination Known",
the heavy metal thunder "Man In A Glass" and Priest like "Devil's Eyes"
will make you shiver and feel all their magnificence.Great Release!!!"

(9/10)
Reviewed By Marios Maravelias
www.metaldomination.com

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