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Dynazty : “Firesign” CD & Digital 28th September AFM Records.

Dynazty : "Firesign" CD & Digital 28th September AFM Records.
Dynazty : "Firesign" CD & Digital 28th September AFM Records.
Dynazty : "Firesign" CD & Digital 28th September AFM Records.
Dynazty : “Firesign” CD & Digital 28th September AFM Records.

Dynazty : “Firesign” CD & Digital 28th September AFM Records. Sweden Heavy Metal / Indus band. The cover album design pretty much stands for the sound of this album. We can say this is a band that gets the eighties influences and get the modern sound to catch up with the new generation. Started back in 2007 and with numerous albums , they have gained a fanbase and high quality experience giving them a great step into the stardom.

Nils Molin ‘s powerful voice is stunning and captures your ears making sure you won’t fall asleep such it pushes the boundaries. Having tunes sometimes in the vein of Joey Tempest, Dio, Joe Lynn Turner..he surely has a great ability to set his vocal chords on the right range to give the songs the power needed to outcome the whole sound of the album.

The guitarist Love Magnusson founding member knows exactly how to get the music flowing and getting you attracted by nice riffs. The solos are amazing and make it a great piece of art. As the late nineties “Power Metal” bands as we called them , the keyboards are overwhelming which is not the likes of everyone and emphasis the music that is already well written and is not really needed. We can say it is a kind of nice touch to keep the band onto the new age of Heavy Metal music.

Some songs may remind you the eighties album of Yngwie Malmsteen , Deep Purple , Survivor…but the main sound that covers it all and is right for the digital age is the Industrial sound. Listen to the first track close to what Amaranthe does :

Some songs are close to Delain..We have a great band that plays with todays sound and likes by the new generation , and the eighties we all love and made this music style what it is today. Dynazty will get heads down by their power and amazing creations. The live audience will head bang like mad and will be conquered, eleven tracks to shake your butt and revive your days with happiness 98/100.

 

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