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Abattoir “Vicious Attack”

Abnormality “Mechanisms of Omniscience”

Attacker “Battle At Helms Deep”

Attacker “The Second Coming”

Attacker “Giants of Canaan”

Attacker “Sins of the World”

Beyond The Black “Lost In Forever”

Bloodline Riot “Keys And Clockwork”

Bloodline Riot “Betrayed” SINGLE –video out next week

Blues Pills “Blue Pills”

Blues Pills “Lady In Gold”

Blut Engel “Save Us”

Blut Engel “Leitbild”

Coven “Witchcraft Reaps Souls and Destroys Minds”

Coven “Jinx”

Darkness “The Gasoline Solution”

Diamond Head * Lighting To The Nations

…Different artwork….

…HNE 2 DISC VERSION…

Dismal Euphony “All Little Devils”

Dismal Euphony “Lady Ablaze”

Dismal Euphony “Python Zero”

Candlemass “Behind Wall of Doom”

Candlemass “Kings of The Grey Islands”

Carl Orff “Carmina Burana”

Cradle of Filth “The Principle of Evil Made Flesh”

Cradle of Filth “Dusk and Her Embrace”

Cradle of Filth “Cruelty and The Beast”

Cradle of Filth “From The Cradle to Enslave”

Cradle of Filth “Midian”

Cradle of Filth “Damnation and a Day”

Crest of Darkness “Sinister Scenario

Crest of Darkness “The Ogress”

Crest of Darkness “Project Regeneration”

Crest of Darkness “Evil Knows Evil”

Crest of Darkness “In The Presence of Death”

Crest of Darkness “Welcome The Dead”

Destruction “Under Attack”

Détente “Recognize No Authority” — 30th Anniversary Edition

Détente “Decline” Both Versions with Different artworks

Doro “Strong and Proud” LIVE CD

Edge of Paradise “Mask”

Edge of Paradise “Immortal Waltz”

Edge of Paradise “Alive”

Exciter “Heavy Metal Maniac”

Exodus “Bonded By Blood”

Exodus “A Lesson In Violence” 1991 Combat CD LIVE Studio 54 and March 1986 Paul Baloff Demo.

Exodus “Bonded By Baloff”

Exodus “A Lesson In Violence” LIVE CD

Jack Off Jill “Clear Hearts Grey Flowers”

Halloween “Don’t Metal With Evil”

Halloween “Victims of The Night” Molten Metal Records Version

Halloween ” No One Gets Out Alive” with VICIOUS DEMO

Hawaii “One Nation Underground”

Heaven and Hell “The Devil You Know”

Hovanhess * Symphonies 50 and 22 — DELOS 1993 CD Pressing

KICK AXE “VICES” ……Heavy Metal Shuffle….

Rock Candy Version, SUPERIOR PRESSING OVE THE WOUNDED BIRD EDITION

The Kovenant “Animatronic”

Lucifer “Lucifer I”

Madder Mortem “Red Tooth In Claw”

Mercyful Fate “Melissa”

Mercyful Fate “Don’t Break The Oath”

Nervosa “2o12”

Nervosa “Time of Death”

Nervosa “Victim of Yourself”

Nervosa “Agony”

Nymphs “Nymphs”  Featuring World-Class Vocalist Inger Lorre

The Oath “The Oath”

The Pretty Reckless “Who You Selling For”

Razor “Evil Invaders”

Riti Occulti “Riti Occulti”

Satan “Court In The Act”

Scarlet Lies “Monsters Coming Out”

Steel Panther “Feel The Steel”

Steel Panteher “Balls Out”

Steel Panther “She’s Tight” Single

Steel Panther “She’s Tight” VIDEO

Steel Panther “Lower The Bar”

The Sweetest Condition “Edge of The World”

The Sweetest Condition “We Defy Oblivion”

 

Theates Des Vampires “Candyland “

The Vision Bleak “Wolves Go Hunt Their Prey”

The Vision Bleak “Timeline”

Zoser Mez “Visizer of Wasteland”

Reading

VIA OMEGA Volume # 4

https://www.facebook.com/ViaOmega

DOA DEATH METAL MAGAGINE # 8 Comes in 2 different covers

sonic cathedral webzine

http://www.soniccathedral.com

metalmaidens webzine

http://www.metalmaidens.com

ALL EGDE OF PARADISE ONLINE ARTICLES !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

SONIC CATHEDRAL EDGE OF PARADISE CD REVIEW

 Edge of Paradise – Alive

CD Info
2017
ILS/Universal
5 Tracks
English Lyrics
10/10

I loved Edge of Paradise’s 2015 album Immortal Waltz so I was very excited to hear their new album Alive. I wasn’t disappointed. The album starts with the title track, which picks up right where Immortal Waltz left off. However, that doesn’t mean there are no surprises. Far from it, the Alive album sees EOP experimenting with new sounds, heavier and more industrial.

Regardless, the opening song “Alive” highlights all of EOP’s strengths: urgent and otherworldly vocals, in the tradition of Ronnie James Dio, from Margarita Monet; compelling rhythms from bassist Nick Ericson and drummer John Chominsky; and major riffage from guitarist Dave Bates. The guitar is actually a major plus of EOP; unlike some other bands in the genre, EOP has a classic guitar-driven sound. You can check this out in the video for “Alive,” where Dave is looking cool leaning against the wall and showing off his mastery of the instrument, starting at about 2:06. Margarita also looks fabulous in this video (as always), and I dig her female Rob Halford outfit. I hope she wears it on stage. (As a digression, EOP are fantastic live. Be sure to check them out if you have the chance. They will soon start a U.S. tour to support the Alive album, and they will also appear at the FemME festival in the Netherlands in September, with Delain.)

“Alive” also has a cool message. As explained by Margarita, the song “is dealing with us humans being so caught up in the digital world, obsessed with convenience and monetary gain, we have begun to sacrifice our humanity. We are becoming corporate led consumer machines! We get lost in the enticing virtual reality that we forget what real human interaction feels like. Break away from bombardment of advertisements, social standards, never ending race with time and just breathe, and remember what it’s like to feel alive! To connect with our fellow humans and the world!” That sentiment echoes the message of my favorite EOP song, “Break Away.”

The next song on Alive, “Dust to Dust,” is where EOP’s industrial experimentation really starts. The music, beat, and even Margarita’s voice sound more Marilyn Manson than Ronnie James Dio on this song. But it’s still really good! “Be who you wanna be, feel what you wanna feel, love how you wanna love,” Margarita chants to a club beat. Great stuff.

Next up is the album’s ballad, “Mystery,” about the tragedy and beauty of life, the universe, and everything. Margarita is a lifelong pianist so piano ballads like this come naturally to her, and are well suited to the softer side of her voice.

After that is the album’s other released single and video, “Shade of Crazy.” This song represents a heavier version of the band’s classic sound and is probably my favorite on the album. I could lose myself forever in the fast drums and seductive vocals starting at about 1:50. I can’t complain about Margarita’s amazing hair and look in the video either.

The album finishes with “Humanoid,” another Mansonesque industrial song. It works well. But sadly that’s the end. Alive is just a 5-song EP. Hopefully another full length will soon follow. In the meantime, I will wear out the bits on my phone’s flash drive re-listening to Alive. I highly recommend it!

You can learn more about Edge of Paradise on their Facebook and webpage. Also be sure to check out Alive’s nice cover art, by artist Timo Wuerz, who also did Immortal Waltz.

Watching

Edge of Paradise  “ALIVE”

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