|Review: Induction - Born from Fire|
|Born from Fire|
Label: Atomic Fire Records
Year released: 2022
Genre: Heavy Metal
Review online: January 20, 2023
Reviewed by: MetalMike
for:Born from Fire
Rated 3.45/5 (69.09%) (11 Votes)
Born from Fire is the second album from Induction, a band from Czechia that plays power metal falling somewhere between the happy, symphonic Italian style and the crunchier German variety. They add a few elements from extreme metal including blasting drums and harsh vocals, but for the most part Born from Fire is stocked with high-pitched vocals letting fly catchy choruses and crunchy guitars backed up by unobtrusive keyboards and a solid rhythm section. The singer has an emotive voice with a good amount of charisma in his delivery, but I wouldn't call his voice overly distinctive on this record. The guitars have a good bite, so you won't ever forget they are there, but again, aren't doing anything amazing. The songwriting is quite good, so good that it overshadows the fact that fans have likely heard plenty of music like this in the past. Born from Fire is one of those albums that is entirely enjoyable while on even though it isn't going to make anyone forget their favorites. The talent on display here indicates this is a band capable of taking the next step, so power metal fans should grab a copy and put Induction on the radar going forward.
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