Claymorean (SRB)

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Claymorean (SRB)

Príspevokod užívateľa Horex » 16 Dec 2018, 14:47

Claymorean - Unbroken (2015)

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Year : 2015
Style : Epic Power Metal , Female vocals
Country : Serbia
Audio : 320 kbps + all scans
Size : 157 mb


Bio:

Claymorean is an independent epic-power metal band from Lazarevac, Serbia.The music of Claymorean can be described as a mix of traditional European power and epic metal with some doom and folk influences.The band released two albums under the name Claymore: “The First Dawn of Sorrow” (2003, One Records) and “Lament of Victory” (2013, SoundAge Productions). The first installment of the band was formed in 1994 by its original member Vladimir Garcevic a.k.a. Vlad Invictus (guitars & vocals). After many line up changes during the entire first decade, the band finally recorded its debut album “The First Dawn of Sorrow” in 2003, which was released on CD and MC for a Serbian record label “One Records”. In 2012 Vlad gathers a new band line up, which debuts on “Fabula” a local festival in band’s hometown. Shortly after a live premiere, Claymore enters the “Midnight studio” in February 2013 and begins recording the sophmore album by the name “Lament of Victory”. This album was published on “SoundAge Productions” label on October 25th 2013.After a successful show at “Serbian Metal Festival” in Belgrade in June 2014, band eventually changed the name to Claymorean.Claymorean can be considered as an entirely new band, since the musical direction is very different from Claymore’s. The sound of Claymorean is more stripped down, back to the roots power heavy metal, depraved of keyboards and symphonic elements.In October 2014 Claymorean once again entered “Midnight studio” to record the new album. Recording process lasted over 5 months with the newly established line up. Claymorean released their 1st album called “Unbroken” for “StormSpell Records” on July 1st 2015.The second album called "Sounds from a Dying World" has been released July 12th 2017 on “StormSpell Records”.

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Serbian power metal is virtually unknown (some may argue Serbian metal in general is), but at a little closer look, the former Yugoslav republic has had a few specimens to catch the fans’ ears, such as Tornado or Enjoy Sarma, but overall, yes, it is not has been a grand export to date. Now Lazarevac’s Claymorean (up to 2014 operating as Claymore) are at the bat with their third full album Unbroken, at the same time their label debut for the American stronghold of everything traditional StormSpell Records, and they should stand a decent chance to get their sound to a wider audience.Compared to their 2013 effort Lament of Victory, the Serbians have expanded their style a little by adding Miodrag Fodora as additional vocalist, giving the quintet a triple vocal attack, with Dejana Betsa Pavlović still leading the way and the accentuating growls still floating around, but Miodrag now brings a full clear male voice to the table. Stylistically Claymorean are unmistakably part of the European school of power metal, with a lot of higher tempos and strong melodies, many of them strongly influenced by the traditional sound of the eighties.One of Claymorean’s best traits is their ability to create good dynamics and combine them with good guitarwork and strong melodies, with enough of an epic touch to keep the fans of that camp appeased, but without stepping over into the realms of bombast. Opener “Heldenhammer” displays this with its epic intro and then slow build-up into an epic chorus, which stands as counterpart to the fairly calm verse. At the same time the beginning of the album is a mostly mid-paced affair, which, while thoroughly enjoyable, lacks that extra kick in the rear after a while until “Ironhide” brings the much needed injection of speed and also power, double-bass driven, with some shout growls, it is catchy, but not shallow.“Dreamer of a Path of Light” shows the band’s potential, starting out acoustic and with an almost campfire-like quality before evolving into a full-fledged ballad and then towards the end fully stepping on the gas pedal, yet there is another song that trumps it. “We Fight Like Lions” is an ode to Serbian prince Stefan Lazarević and his troops that fought alongside the Ottoman sultan Bayazid against the Mongolian Timurid Empire in the battle of Ankara (or Angora), in the end resulting in a loss by the Ottoman Empire, yet Lazarević’s troops’ drew the admiration of Khan Timur, who said that “they fight like lions”, pretty much coining the title, which obviously tells the story from the other end. The song sets out with an almost Rhapsody-esque male choir before Dejana unleashes her inner metal queen with a more edgy delivery, which goes hand in hand with the equally edgy riffing and sheer energy of the track, in which the choir returns several times.The closing statement of “Into the Courts of Chaos” is, as the fans probably already notice, a Manilla Road cover and 2015 seems to be evolving into a good year for Manilla Road cover versions, with Visigoth very successfully taking on “Necropolis” earlier this year and Claymorean also doing an excellent job, with Miodrag leading the way here.Without compromising the integrity of their sound, Claymorean are successfully straddling the line between traditionalism and progression, culminating in the mighty “We Fight Like Lions”, which despite its latent similarities to a certain Italian band still is a standout track. Unbroken has enough quality to leave its mark on the power metal scene and teaming up with StormSpell Records will enable them to bring it to a wider audience, so keep an eye and an ear on this one!

Line Up:

Vlad Invictus Guitars, Vocals, Songwriting (1994-present) - See also: Bedemi, Midnight Rain
Goran Garčević Bass (1998-2005, 2013-present), Vocals (backing), Songwriting (2013-present)
Aleksandar Canković Drums (2012-2013, 2014-present)
Dejana Betsa Pavlović Vocals (2012-present) - See also: Bedemi
Miodrag Fodora Vocals (2014-present) - See also: Elsewhere Shine, ex-Sinophia, ex-Сварун
Uroš Kovačević Guitars (lead) (2015-present)

Tracklist:

01. Heldenhammer 07:04
02. Gods of Chaos 06:08
03. Warp 01:00
04. The Everchosen 04:21
05. Ironhide 05:10
06. Aeons of Revelations 05:03
07. Dreamer of a Path of Light 04:17
08. Silent Guardians 04:48
09. We Fight Like Lions 05:04
10. Into the Courts of Chaos (Manilla Road cover) 04:51

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Re: Claymorean (SRB)

Príspevokod užívateľa Horex » 16 Dec 2018, 14:48

Claymorean - Sounds From A Dying World (2017)

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Year : 2017
Style : Epic Power Metal , Female vocals
Country : Serbia
Audio : 320 kbps + all scans
Size : 157 mb


Bio:

Claymorean is an independent epic-power metal band from Lazarevac, Serbia.The music of Claymorean can be described as a mix of traditional European power and epic metal with some doom and folk influences.The band released two albums under the name Claymore: “The First Dawn of Sorrow” (2003, One Records) and “Lament of Victory” (2013, SoundAge Productions). The first installment of the band was formed in 1994 by its original member Vladimir Garcevic a.k.a. Vlad Invictus (guitars & vocals). After many line up changes during the entire first decade, the band finally recorded its debut album “The First Dawn of Sorrow” in 2003, which was released on CD and MC for a Serbian record label “One Records”. In 2012 Vlad gathers a new band line up, which debuts on “Fabula” a local festival in band’s hometown. Shortly after a live premiere, Claymore enters the “Midnight studio” in February 2013 and begins recording the sophmore album by the name “Lament of Victory”. This album was published on “SoundAge Productions” label on October 25th 2013.After a successful show at “Serbian Metal Festival” in Belgrade in June 2014, band eventually changed the name to Claymorean.Claymorean can be considered as an entirely new band, since the musical direction is very different from Claymore’s. The sound of Claymorean is more stripped down, back to the roots power heavy metal, depraved of keyboards and symphonic elements.In October 2014 Claymorean once again entered “Midnight studio” to record the new album. Recording process lasted over 5 months with the newly established line up. Claymorean released their 1st album called “Unbroken” for “StormSpell Records” on July 1st 2015.The second album called "Sounds from a Dying World" has been released July 12th 2017 on “StormSpell Records”.

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If I may sound extremely nerdy for a minute (though I'm not sure that it can GET much nerdier than a power metal album review written by a guy in his mid-40s, haha!), I've been getting back into comic books in a big way over this past year, and one of my current favorites is the new Red Sonja series from Dynamite Entertainment. If you've never seen Red Sonja, she's a bad-ass, flame-haired, chain-mail-bikini-clad warrior woman of old who specializes in slaying giant beasts with her broadsword, crushing invading armies single-handedly, and occasionally going toe-to-toe with the mighty Conan The Barbarian himself. The reason I bring this up is that during my first spin of the new Claymorean album, Sounds From A Dying World, it occurred to me that these tunes would make a great soundtrack to those Red Sonja comics!! Even the sword 'n' shield toting Valkyrie on the album cover looks like she could give ol'Sonja a run for her money on the battlefield!For those of you who are unfamiliar with Claymorean (which included this writer, until the Sounds From A Dying World digital promo landed in my Inbox), they're a female-fronted four piece "epic power metal" band from Serbia (!) who've been kicking around the scene since the early '00s. Their first two albums (2003's The First Dawn Of Sorrow and 2013's Lament Of Victory) were released under the name "Claymore," and reportedly were more symphonic/progressive in nature. By the time 2015's Unbroken hit the streets, courtesy of the pure-metal purveyors at Stormspell Records, they'd added the "-an" to their name and made some changes to their lineup and sound, throwing back to the traditional "true" '80s metal vibe.I must admit that I've been out of the power-metal loop for some time, so I haven't paid much attention to many of the female-fronted bands that have cropped up in that scene over the past few years. What little I've heard of the current femme-fronted power metal combos leaned more towards the operatic / classical / symphonic end of things, but Claymorean's tunes are reassuringly old-school metal, with an obvious reverence for the True Steel of Olde. Vocalist Dejana Garcevic is most definitely NOT a whispery, flower-metal crooner; for most of this album, she packs a gritty, confident snarl that's closer to Doro Pesch (Warlock) or Ann Boleyn (Hellion), than Cristina Scabbia (Lacuna Coil).Sounds From A Dying World gets off to a rollicking start with "The Road To Damnation," which builds off of a cool twin-guitar attack by six stringers Vladimir Garcevic and Uros Kovacevic. When Dejana steps up to the mic and announces "I am the bringer of PAIN," you'd best believe her. "Old Mountain" is up next and it's a slow burning slab of crunch 'n' thunder that gives Dejana a chance to show off the ethereal side of her voice during the song's quieter moments, as well as her gritty "I'll kick your ass" side. The thumping "Cimmeria" (which, if I'm not mistaken, is Conan the Barbarian's homeland) is a tale of swords 'n' steel that would make Claymorean's spiritual fathers in Manowar proud. "Blood Red Shield" starts off soothing and melodic before adding in a healthy dose of sweet Black Sabbathy crunch, while "Rage Of The White Wolf" and "The Final Journey" are primo slabs of melodic power metal ala HammerFall or Virgin Steele."Blackest Void" is the longest song on Sounds From A Dying World at nearly seven minutes, but it doesn't wear out its welcome. This track is mostly slow 'n' doomy ala Candlemass, but when the tempo picks up it puts the "epic" in "epic power metal." A cover of "Astral Rider" by the cult British '80s metal band Cloven Hoof closes out the album and it's a nice example of speedy NWOBHM riffage and fist-in-the-air choruses.I was pleasantly surprised by Sounds From A Dying World and now I'm interested in checking out more from the Claymorean back catalog.Sounds From A Dying World will be released by Stormspell Records in Summer 2017, and will definitely please fans of HammerFall, Jag Panzer, Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, and good ole fashioned leather-n-studs heavy metal in general. Give it a spin. Horns up for the old school!

Line Up:

Vlad Invictus Guitars, Vocals, Songwriting (1994-present) - See also: Bedemi, Midnight Rain
Goran Garčević Bass (1998-2005, 2013-present), Vocals (backing), Songwriting (2013-present)
Aleksandar Canković Drums (2012-2013, 2014-present)
Dejana Betsa Pavlović Vocals (2012-present) - See also: Bedemi
Uroš Kovačević Guitars (lead) (2015-present)

Tracklist:

01. The Road to Damnation 04:41
02. Old Mountain 05:48
03. Cimmeria 03:32
04. Blood-Red Shield 05:08
05. Rage of the White Wolf 03:58
06. The Final Journey 05:11
07. Blackest Void 06:49
08. Astral Rider (Cloven Hoof cover) 05:31

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