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Album Review

As the first decade of the new millennium draws to a close, is it possible for a band to embrace both studio musician professionalism and the mainstream rock radio sounds of yesteryear (specifically, the sound/approach of Survivor)? It takes very little time listening to House of Lords' sixth studio album overall, Come to My Kingdom (how's that for a heavy-duty album title?), to realize that the group has certainly accomplished the aforementioned musical description — for better or for worse. Founding member/keyboardist Gregg Giuffria is still nowhere to be found (he hasn't been a member of the group since around 2004), but the bombastic yet melodic style that House of Lords have always specialized in remains on display throughout, especially on a triumphant-sounding track like "In the Light" (listen to this ditty and ask yourself if it wouldn't have fit perfectly in Rocky IV, during an intense fight training sequence), the soft rocker "I Believe," and the singsongy "I Don't Wanna Wait All Night." Everything about Come to My Kingdom screams "1980s." Too bad it's two decades too late. [This edition released in Japan includes a bonus track.]

Biography

Formed: 1986

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s

House of Lords' foundations lay in Giuffria, a melodic rock band led by titular keyboardist Gregg Giuffria, best known for their Top 30 hit "Call to the Heart." After being dropped by MCA following the failure of its second album, Silk and Steel, the band started demoing songs for a tentative third album. While shopping for a new deal, the band caught the attention of Gene Simmons, who happened to be starting his own label at the time, Simmons Records. The famous bassist enjoyed what he heard, but...
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