Wednesday, May 9, 2007

JAG PANZER: (1997) The Fourth Judgement (Century Media)

Its a pity that Jag Panzer are unknown apart from a tiny minority. This is probably their best album, but they are all good. Along with Iced Earth, Jag Panzer would have to be the best band going around. They combine crunching metal riffs with some really emotional passages. To top it all off, its all very ambient and orchestral, and Conklins vocals are excellent. If you are new to Jag Panzer, this is a great album to start. It has the great twin guitar attack of Judas Priest, the "old style" metal approach of Iron Maiden, and modern technology and influences. I have been listening to Jag Panzer since they released this album a couple of years ago, and they haven't failed to impress me, live or in the studio.

1. black
2. call of the wild
3. despair
4. future shock
5. recompense
6. ready to strike
7. tyranny
8. shadow thief
9. sonnet of sorrow
10. judgement day
** Covers: (Yes)
** Bitrate: (320kbps)

D-Load Album :-)
(( PW = ))

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