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3.9 out of 5
11 Ratings
11 Ratings
G4R ,

Reaper Returns!

Walking In the Shadows finds Grim Reaper vocalist Steve Grimmett belting with the power and range he is known for. If anything, his voice has a guttier edge. This is a collection of very catchy songs and never strays far from familiar territory, which is to be expected since this is the first attempt at resurrecting Grim Reaper since 1987’s Rock You To Hell, and as such it was clearly important to reestablish the sound that Grim Reaper was known for. The lead guitarist does an admirable job recreating Nick Bowcott’s signature sound, but Bowcott is sorely missed and I am sure I speak for a lot of fans in hoping he can be be involved in future recordings. Bottom line, this a great CD for any fan of Grim Reaper, or NWOBHM. I look forward to hearing more.

Tox444 ,

Welcome back.

Great Album. This fits in nicely with the past trio of albums. Some of the songs reach out and grab you right away and some are growers. Bottom line,a very solid, enjoyable album. Seen them live this year and all I can say is wow! Fantastic show. Glad the reaper is back. Looking forward to the next album. ;-)

NattRak ,

Not enough punch to it

This record reminds me of Eddie Murphy doing the old Elvis Presley in his stand-up. The songs are catchy and loud, but there's seems to be no power to them. If you go back and listen to Lust for freedom. That was pure power hitting you in the face. So, it's not bad, but not too powerful. My opinion.

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