Winterlong | Metal/Technology

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by Winterlong

Modern powerful metal
Genre: Metal/Punk: Dark Ambient/Noise
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1. The Hunter
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2. And So We Remember
4:30 $0.99
3. Go To Hell
3:17 $0.99
4. My Nevermore
4:11 $0.99
5. Like Ships In The Night
3:02 $0.99
6. Shutting Out The World
3:27 $0.99
7. On A Demon's Night
4:00 $0.99
8. The Touch Of Evil
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9. Cleaning The Machine
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10. Badlands
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Album Notes
Winterlong are back but with a new dynamic difference. After three albums in the neo-classical/power metal vein, band leader Thorbjorn Englund felt it was time for a change. Metal/Technology marks this change with a fresh new sound - more modern in approach but with the stunning guitar work Englund is famous for. Metal/Technology also sees Thorbjorn handling all duties himself - including vocals. On the reason for change Thorbjorn comments, "My aim was to make something different from what I’d normally do. I was just feeling that the regular stuff didn’t do it anymore, you know, like I needed to create something fresh. I’ve always liked the more aggressive side of metal, and the more heavy riffing, so it was natural to go in that direction. I hope my fans will like it. I am very proud of this album as I feel I’ve achieved something interesting, not only for guitar players". Metal/Technology is a bold new statement by Thorbjorn, but a necessary one, and set to keep the Englund flame burning bright for many years to come.



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