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Field of Dreams

by Seduce the Heaven

New metal sensation combining powerful elements of Melodic/Death, Metal-Core, Power and Symphonic elements in a unique, technical and brutal, yet very melodic way.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Metalcore
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Reflection
5:21 $1.25
2. Walls of Oblivion
6:13 $1.25
3. Leave Me Alone
5:38 $1.25
4. Field of Dreams
6:09 $1.25
5. Illusive Light
5:41 $1.25
6. Falling
5:48 $1.25
7. Ignorance
5:23 $1.25
8. Helpless Mind
5:39 $1.25
9. Baseless Addiction
5:37 $1.25
10. In Close Distance
5:15 $1.25
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Album Notes
Dark, aggressive, straight in-your-face blast of power, melody and atmosphere. Lyrically dealing with pain, love, sorrow, life and its emotions, "Field Of Dreams" covers a wide range of musical styles moving from progressive to PANTERA-like paths, from the bursting trails of NWOAM and bands like Killswitch Engage to the powerful breakouts of the Swedish melodic death metal scene. Two vocalists exchanging duos of male growl vocals and female clean vocals that move from rock to lyrical touches delivering also a gothic note onto a massive setting of wave-crashing guitars. In this album, you will also find jazz tones, 80's influences, a unique fusion for fans of so many sides of the metal battlefield!

Critics wrote:

Scott Johnson - Sonic Cathedral
"With this album, Seduce The Heaven will be one of the most influential bands in the years to come, maybe even defining their own new genre of metal [...] For you "label lovers" out there, Seduce the Heaven is a metal fusion of chainsaws and butterflies painted in colors never seen by the human eye"

Metal Hammer Greece
"Even though I had never been a fan of the genre served by Seduce The Heaven, I must admit that [...] what we have here is one of the evenest works I have ever heard. Seduce The Heaven combine in such an harmonic way modern melodic death metal, metalcore and...symphonic/atmospheric metal in the style of Nightwish and the result comes out so naturally that even the non fans of the genre could be impressed. [...] amazing guitar work and a quite professional production proves all the above"

Tony Canella - Femme Metal Webzine
"I turned on my Ipod and prepared to give this band a good listen before jotting my thoughts down. The next thing I remember, I’m picking my jaw up off the floor, and regaining my senses. [...] Seduce the Heaven may be the best new band I have heard all year".



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Robert OuttaMyndXMetal Brady

Seduce The Heaven-"Field Of Dreams" 'Debut'- 2013 -(Review)
My Review of Seduce The Heaven-Field Of Dreams:

The country of Greece since the days of antiquity when it was broken up into city/states such as Sparta and Athens has contributed to the Western World many of the ideas politically, scientifically and militarily we still use to this day. Sparta would have its mighty military machine and the Greek phalanx which a human shield of up to as few as 300 men to tens of thousands of men side by side that could defend against empires the size of millions like the Persian Empire with its elements still used in the modern age today. Athens would give to us some of the most brilliant scientific minds the most famous of them Plato. Athens would also be the birthplace of democracy that would travel to the Italian hills of the Roman Empire through the forest of he British Isles and ultimately make its way to the new world and what is now the modern day United States Of America. Greece would also build one of the '7 Wonders Of The Ancient World' in The Parthenon that still stands to this day.
As I was listening to Seduce The Heaven's-'Field Of Dreams', it reminded me of the contributions the Greeks made that still impact and influence our world as a whole today. On the surface Seduce The Heaven appear to be another band in the list of what would come to be known in the middle to late 1990's as Beauty and Beast Metal where you have a beautifully refined female voice and a heavy handed death metal grunt style voice in her male counterpart in the band. However unlike their predecessors before them like Theater Of Tragedy, After Forever, Epica, Tristania and Draconian, there is so much more going on in Seduce The Heaven's sound.
Seduce The Heaven have so many elements like power, thrash , progressive , Gothic math and metalcore elements of metal that they can not be pigeonholed nor categorized in all those elements and yet at the same time maintain every one of those elements throughout 'Field Of Dreams'. They are basically Seduce the Heaven and I personally can not draw any comparisons of them to their predecessors I just mentioned above. Elina Laivera- female vocals has this seductive quality in her that is such a modern sound that is totally compelling drawing the listener in with the greatest of ease. Then her male counterpart and grunter/growler vocalist Marios Mizo comes in with a wall of very brutal yet powerful growls that are a cross between Devin Townsend and Mikeal Akerfeldt.
In 'Field Of Dreams' their are so many hooks and riffs going on. Sinnik Al-guitars and Alex Flouros-guitars are the total package as guitar players in the stringed section. They sound like if you were to put the late great Dimebag Darrel Abbot of Pantera and their Greek contemporary Firewinds Gus G together in the dual guitar attack. Imagine that in your mind for a moment. Both exchange stellar solos with heavy groove metal shredding based riffs, A very rare commodity in today's metal scene. Usually a guitar duo are one or the other in the continuity of their time signatures and sound. Seduce The Heaven have one of the tightest bass and drum rhythm sections in Christos Kollias-bass and John Thomas-drums I have heard in the last 25 years. Marios Mizo-vocals also has a wonderful uncanny ability to use his growls and grunts as a percussive instrument staying on time with his rhythm section of the drums and bass with sheer perfection throughout the entire 'Field Of Dreams'
album. A few of the great highlight tracks on 'Field Of Dreams' are Reflection, Illusive Light, Baseless Addiction and the title track itself Field Of Dreams.
In the meantime Elina perfectly executes her vocals perfectly complimenting her wonderful guitar duo of Sinnik Al and Alex Flouros. For a band that just formed only 2009, Seduce The Heaven are already well rehearsed and extremely tight in their sound. Throughout the entire 'Field Of Dreams' album you can tell they were not going to be satisfied with a mediocre sound. This band has really taken the last 4 years to pay attention with every last detail, note, lyric and timing that went into this "Debut Masterpiece." I certainly know after I friend requested Elina on Facebook sometime in 2011 and heard a few samples on the official Seduce The Heaven Facebook page thereafter that something once in a lifetime was in progress. After beautifully and brutally bombarding you with this stellar debut, Seduce The Heaven end the album with a heart stopping ballet where Elina displays all her attributes as a Soprano.
The last 2 years have been well worth the wait for 'Field Of Dreams'. For a band that is still unsigned and independent Seduce The Heaven give you the impression they have been in the industry for at least 10+ years because their sound is already that tight and well produced. 'Field Of Dreams' is the best unsigned/independent debut I have heard in the last 25+ years and this is no exaggeration on my part whatsoever. Just as their ancient Greek ancestors gave the world the many ideas we still hold today and just as their ancient Greek ancestors built the Parthenon I see Seduce The Heaven around for a very long time in the industry if they want to be and can hold it together and see many other bands now on notice that there is a new force to be reckoned with in the Metal Music industry.
I wanted to wait to actually buy the album before I reviewed it and it was certainly well worth every thing spent on it than some. It is on CD Baby as a digital album only at this time. I do hope they will put out a physical copy of 'Field Of Dreams' because I will buy it again.
Hands down without dispute Seduce The Heaven's 'Field Of Dreams' will be my debut album of 2013. I give this album 5 out of 5 stars. A "Debut Masterpiece" !