|Review: Crimson Wind - The Wings of Salvation|
|The Wings of Salvation|
Label: IceWarrior Records
Year released: 2011
Genre: Power Metal
Review online: April 19, 2011
Reviewed by: Sargon the Terrible
for:The Wings of Salvation
Rated 3.56/5 (71.11%) (9 Votes)
This is the debut for Crimson Wind, and this is pretty much the state of modern Italian Power Metal - glossy, shiny, and dead as horseshit. There is absolutely nothing interesting or exciting about this album. It's not terrible, not great, it's blah. This is workmanlike, by-the-numbers music that takes no chances whatsoever and never conjures up anything exciting or moving. A cut above utterly bland, but not far enough to have a real identity. Crimson Wind are not even exuberant but excessive - they are mass-produced, cookie-cutter pop metal.
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