20 Songs, 1 Hour 24 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Symphonic metal troupe Kamelot have always had a flair for high drama, and this fantastical concept album is no exception. “The Mission” opens The Shadow Theory with a sweeping orchestral intro before segueing into the theatrical passion play of “Phantom Divine (Shadow Empire).” “RavenLight” boasts flurries of harmonic squeals and a space-age synth-guitar solo as vocalist Tommy Karevik delivers a lofty, operatic performance. Later, Beyond the Black chanteuse Jennifer Haben joins Karevik for an elegant duet on the piano-driven ballad “In Twilight Hours.”

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EDITORS’ NOTES

Symphonic metal troupe Kamelot have always had a flair for high drama, and this fantastical concept album is no exception. “The Mission” opens The Shadow Theory with a sweeping orchestral intro before segueing into the theatrical passion play of “Phantom Divine (Shadow Empire).” “RavenLight” boasts flurries of harmonic squeals and a space-age synth-guitar solo as vocalist Tommy Karevik delivers a lofty, operatic performance. Later, Beyond the Black chanteuse Jennifer Haben joins Karevik for an elegant duet on the piano-driven ballad “In Twilight Hours.”

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Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
40 Ratings
40 Ratings
Antonius The Great ,

SOOOOO GOOD A MUST BUY

PHANTOM DIVINE and RAVENLIGHT are by far my favorite songs of all time by this band, I'm not really a metal person, but KAMELOT really does a great job of bringing people into their fan base, Tommys vocals are amazing, keep doing what your doing, you guys are AWSOME

mixlpix ,

Finally !

Night wish survived with the change up.... now I can say so has Kamelot. I love this album. Just seems like vocals and the band finally figured each other out. Just my opinion but this is my second favorite Kamelot record.

FeRnoir ,

Epic

BUY THIS ALBUM!!

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