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Matters Of The Dark album for sale by Tad Morose was released Nov 27, 2007 on the Century Media label. Sounding all the world like the soundtrack to an '80s horror film, Tad Morose's Matters of the Dark has that "ending credits" style of metal down to a science. Unfortunately, there are no Freddy Krueger films anymore for this to get any mainstream exposure, so power metal has retreated to the metal underground, where it continues to fester and burn with little support outside of their tight and loyal fan base. Matters Of The Dark CD music is a 2-disc set with 11 songs. ...See Full Description
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This band is the complete package! Rocks Hard, has excellent melodies....
By jbucci20 (Puyallup, WA)
||Of the same vein as The Undead|
This disc will take several more listens to get accustomed/familiar with it. Some may prefer the Undead for it's consistant/simpler straight forwardness. The bonus disc is very useful for exposure to other acts although frequently of the neo-classical genre. All Century Media artists. As The Undead, this disc does not resemble the Amended Ryhme era of keyboard supported metal. It's classic Power Metal. It's worth the purchase for I enjoy Urban Breed's vocals.
By Dsmith (Hershey, Pa.)
||I agree with alot of the other review's...|
Matters Of The Dark CD music Ya this isn't there best album,but really could have been. I mean they wrote song's that would start out strong,and then turn out wimpy,and would remind me of early racer X,and good god we don't need another song like Moonage daydream on our hand's. Anyway's I think Ethereal soul is a prime example of that,it start's out hard,and totally wimp's out on the chorus,and is the worst song on the album do to that. I mean if they wanted to do the hole singing together thing they better have it as good as Jag Panzer's Take to the sky song,or better,or don't even try it. I think that Urban Breed made possably a very good move by leaving this band,and joining the Bloodbound band,because I heard the last Bloodbound album,and thought that the music would match his voice very well,it seem's a little dark,and smooth like early Queensryche,or Nightmare. Not to mention harder,and less fruity. I would also take the Undead album over this one,because of it's consistancy in writing catchy song's,but even that ones a little fruity sounding at times,so use you'r own judgement,but I still gave the album 4 star's. I just thought it could of been more original,and mixed up the beat's a bit more. Like Nightmare meet's Sworn enemy,or something like that,and could of been less fruity ofcourse. But I'd still recommend it,but I will say that some of the wimpy choruses will make you want to change the song you're on....
By mamaaprilpooh (Bakersfield,CA,USA)
||flashes of greatness...|
This Cd is good but the songwriting is not too consistent here. There are 5 or 6 songs that don't make the grade and aren't worth a second listen. But even having said that I would strongly recommend this CD to any fan of old- school metal just to hear ingenius work like "Sword of retribution", "In the shadows", and my personal favorite "Riding the beast"(Instant metal classic!) So all in all this is a band that at times really can shine through but other times they can fall on their face.
By Manimal (Seattle WA, USA)
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Matters Of The Dark songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||3030528|
|Release Date||Nov 27, 2007|
|Recording Time||48 minutes||