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More Good Metal

My tastes have gotten heavier as I've gotten older and I'm always looking for well produced, powerful metal. I was introduced to Primal Fear by a friend about five years ago. Ever since, I have bought everything PF has made and anxiously awaited for every release. I'm glad I found a few more good tunes off this release that I didn't have. The singer is incredible and the band is wall of sound. I listen to them and my other new favorite metal bands (linkin park, bullet for my valentine, another black day, spineshank, thunderstone and others) while I work. Old metal heads never die, they just get real jobs. :-)

metal at its best

The only thing i don't like about doing other bands stuff (Kill the King) is dont put it on a cd leave it for live shows, Kill the King is done well Rainbow would be proud Now as far as Primal Fear is concerned WOW great stuff i am hooked for life

Biography

Formed: Germany

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The European power metal combo Primal Fear has been kicking around the metal underground for years, refining their brand of melodic riffing and soaring vocals. Their sound, highly influenced by Gamma Ray (who has traded members with this band) and Judas Priest, was introduced on their 1998 eponymous debut. The following year showed them gathering a press following when Jaws of Death gained them positive reviews from most respectable metal critics. On top of that, their European popularity flourished...
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Horrorscope, Primal Fear
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  • $4.95
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: 2002

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