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Battle Cry

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Many up-and-coming American metal bands of the early 1980s wished they were Iron Maiden, but few came as close to achieving the feat as Los Angeles' Omen with their debut album from 1984, Battle Cry. Although it was also obviously fueled by the nascent acceleration of thrash (look no further than raging opener "Death Rider" for that), the album's steel-bound heart was unquestionably pumped by New Wave of British Heavy Metal blood: from the gritty staccato riffs and pounding war-drums, to the predominant fantasy themes and anthemic choruses gracing such enduring standouts as "Dragon's Breath," the title track, and the heartfelt love song (well, not really) "Be My Wench." True, probably none of the songs on Battle Cry stood out for true originality or groundbreaking invention; but it's pretty nigh impossible to remain unmoved by the fist-pumping, head-banging passion (not to mention red-hot fretwork from guitarist Kenny Powell) behind the likes of "Die by the Blade" and "Bring out the Beast" — and that must count for something. Heck, even over-the-top closer "In the Arena" is still completely irresistible, no matter a true-blue metal head's age or cynicism; suffice to say Ronnie James Dio would kill to have written it! And yet, because their subsequent albums arguably never matched this first one's consistency, time has not been as kind to Omen's memory as that of, say, the overrated Metal Church, the often ludicrous Manowar, or even well-deserving labelmates Armored Saint. But, for fans of classic American heavy metal looking for a guaranteed mid-'80s delight, there's little chance of a letdown from this release.

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CLASSIC ALBUM

IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR GOOD OLD 80s HEAVY METAL CLASSIC .OMEN ARE ON TOP OF MY LIST LIKE IRON MAIDEN,JUDAS PRIST, HEELOWEEN AND SO ON. THIS ALBUM IS ONLY FOR GUYS WHO LIKE THE REAL HEAVY METAL STUFF.

A great little album

this was the original power metal. first heard about them on metal massacre. My favs are Be My Wench and Battle Cry

Metal Church "overrated"?

Not trying to take anything away from Omen because I like them (I gave this record a 4), but I find it hard to believe that anyone comparing bands from 1984-1986 could say that Metal Church is overrated. In the years after, yeah maybe. But "Metal Church" and "The Dark" (with the mighty Reverend, David Wayne on vocals) are top-notch, legendary metal records. During these years, the band was also an excellent band to see live as they put on a very tight show as can be heard on the 1998 "Live" release (which was recorded in 1986).

I don't know who writes the main reviews, but I would love to hear their defense of the Metal Church comment.

Biografía

Fecha de formación: Los Angeles, CA

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '80s, '90s

Although not a huge name in the metal world, Omen has enjoyed a small cult following among headbangers since the early '80s. Omen is best-known for melodic yet aggressive power metal/fantasy metal along the lines of King Diamond, Queensrÿche, Savatage, Manowar, and Helloween; Omen is forceful and hard-driving, but they're always been musical and melodic. The band was formed in Los Angeles in 1983 by lead guitarist Kenny Powell, who had been a member of an L.A.-based band called Savage Grace. Powell's...
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