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I have been a Primal Fear fan for a while now, and I cannot wait for this album to come out. I am expecting this to be the best one yet. They are the perfect combination of thrash metal and liquid metal.

My God, what an album

Brothers and sisters in metal, what we have here is an early contender for best metal album of 2014. If the glowing early reviews didn't convince you, you'll be left without a doubt when you hear it. All 10 songs on this album pull their weight, and many go off in their own direction, giving the album a many-faceted approach; "King for a Day" is a solid and memorable album opener with killer riffs and pumping rhythms, "When Death Comes Knocking" is a great single with enough time to get adventurous and infectious, "Born with a Broken Heart" is among the band's best ballads, "Alive & on Fire" is a fine sing-along anthem, and "One Night in December" is an immaculate metal epic with sinister and haunting orchestration. There isn't a bad song in the bunch, so I could go on and on, but I imagine you get the idea. The most underwhelming tracks (to me) were "Alive and on Fire" and "Road to Asylum", but even as filler material they hold the album together well.

Primal Fear fans are obligated to pick this one up, no matter how much you hated Unbreakable or anything they've done since Seven Seals; Delivering the Black marks a return to their thrashy early sound with the melodic nature of the more recent releases. For other metal fans who aren't familiar with the band yet, this is an excellent starting point, so don't you dare leave without it. Prepare to be treating your neck pain and the arthritis in your hands from headbanging and air guitar, because symptoms most assuredly will occur with this one.


One word is all that is needed : AWESOMENESS. Probably their best work ever.


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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Delivering the Black, Primal Fear
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Metal, Music, Rock
  • Released: Jan 28, 2014

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