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Black Rose (Sweden) - 2000 A New Beginning [Demo]



ARTIST: Black Rose (Sweden)
ALBUM: A New Beginning [ep]
LABEL: Promo
SERIAL: -
YEAR: 2000

COUNTRY OF ORIGIN:

LINEUP: Johan Spinord - lead vocals * Ola Carlsson - guitars * Magnus Vesterlund - keyboards * Anders Haga - bass * Peter Haga - drums

TRACK LISTING: 01 Wild Child * 02 Spacewalk * 03 No Way Out

WEBLINKS: way.to/blackrose


Background
The Swedish boys Black Rose return with a new demo.


The Songs
The first track starts off with a classic keyboard sweep and silky guitar leading in to a solid rock track with a hint of Yngwie Malmsteen and a smidgen of Iron Maiden but incorporating touches of melodic rock. The second track has some very serious AOR hints reinforcing my suspicions that Black Rose's musical direction is moving into something of greater depth and value, a great guitar solo and the keyboards give the whole track a fuller and sharper sound. Sadly the lyrical content lets this track down - something about a 'spacewalk' (fear of MIR landing on them probably) what are we singing about guys? The third and last track has more great guitar work, another upbeat riff laden track, again with hints of Yngwie Malmsteen. However, again we are suffering from unclear lyrical purpose and depth.


In Summary
Black Rose show great potential but present a mixed bag, three tracks ..three mixed ideas. They leave me confused about what they as a band are trying to achieve. Three short tracks, all with different styles all quite good, all not quite hitting home. If they could pull it all together and take one last step, and come out with a EP or something which was focused on a single theme, showing the range and versatility they have already demonstrated then I think they would be a force to reckon with. Not to say this is not worth a listen, great guitar work particularly.


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