|Review: Lord - Digital Lies|
Label: Dominus Records
Year released: 2013
Genre: Heavy Metal
Review online: June 21, 2013
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
Rated 4/5 (80%) (10 Votes)
I have heard people talking about Australia's Lord many, many times. Lord is guitarist and vocalist Tim Grose's (a.k.a. Lord Tim) solo band that he formed back in 2003 when he was still a member of Dungeon (which was ended in 2005). After four full-length albums, a couple of EPs and one live album, Lord has become one of Australia's most well-known and popular Heavy Metal bands and after listening to the band's latest record, Digital Lies, I can well understand why. Digital Lies, featuring 12 songs and over 67 minutes of music, is a flamboyant fireworks display of Heavy Metal finesse from start to finish. Striking melodies and hooky choruses are melted into an easily flowing, modern Heavy Metal. The members of Lord have created a record with a huge sound that is very professionally done on all accounts. It's a thrilling journey to go through this album track by track. Lord's songwriting skills leave no one cold.
Even though there's well over an hour of music on Digital Lies, amazingly, there's no filler at all, which tells you something about Lord's dedication to their music. Going through and analyzing each track on this brilliant record is unnecessary really; you need to experience the record as a whole so you can see for yourself my shameless praise is justified. An amazing album from a pretty darn amazing band.
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