PYRAMAZE – Bloodlines (2023)

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Sometimes a band will have one major, game-changing album which not only proves to be their best work to date but also ends up redefining their sound, paving the way for something quite a bit different than what came before. One obvious case of that is Danish band PYRAMAZE , who began as a rather traditional sounding power metal band in the early 2000s, kept that sound for their first three albums, and then made a big change to more of a modern, melodic progressive metal sound with their fourth release.
At this point, Pyramaze plays a brand of modern melodic prog, with a major emphasis on ambient keys, light symphonic elements, and huge vocal melodies. There are moments where the band goes pretty close to pop territory, with how melodic and super catchy some of the choruses can be, though there’s usually enough of an edge to just barely keep things in the metal territory.
That’s what you’ll find on their upcoming new album “Bloodlines“, to be released tomorrow…


01 – Bloodlines
02 – Taking What’s Mine
03 – Fortress
04 – Broken Arrow
05 – Even If You’re Gone
06 – Alliance feat Melissa Bonny
07 – The Midnight Sun
08 – Stop the Bleeding
09 – The Mystery
10 – Wolves of the Sea

Terje Harøy – Vocals
Jacob Hansen – Guitars, Bass
Toke Skjønnemand – Guitars
Jonah Weingarten – Keyboards
Morten Gade Sørensen – Drums


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