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Too Much Time - Primal Fear - New Religion (CD, Album)

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  1. You will not regret investing on Primal Fears seventh studio album. Track list: 1. Sign Of Fear 2. Face The Emptiness 3. Everytime It Rains-with Simone Simons 4. New Religion 5. Fighting The Darkness 6. The Darkness 7. Reprise 8. Blood On Your Hands 9. Curse Of Sharon Too Much Time Psycho World On Fire Man (That I Don’T Know.
  2. May 15,  · New Religion, an Album by Primal Fear. Released 31 August on Frontiers (catalog no. FR CD ; CD). Genres: Heavy Metal, Power Metal. Featured peformers: Ralf Scheepers (vocals), Henny Wolter (guitar), Stefan Leibing (guitar), Mat Sinner (bass, backing vocals), Randy Black (drums)/5(12).
  3. New Religion is the most competent and powerful Primal Fear album ever! The band improved their sound with a lot of new ideas and a lot of courage still sticking to their classic Heavy Metal sound. Primal Fear are born in under the initiative of Ralph Scheepers (ex Gamma Ray singer) and well known face in the German Metal scene, Mat Sinner/5(16).
  4. Sep 21,  · 1. Sign Of Fear 2. Face The Emptiness 3. Everytime It Rains 4. New Religion 5. Fighting The Darkness / The Darkness / Reprise 6. Blood On Your Hands 7. The Curse Of Sharon 8. Too Much Time 9. Psycho World On Fire The Man (That I Don't Know).
  5. “Sign of Fear” begins the new CD, where we hear the typical Primal Fear riffs and fast drumming. Vocalist Ralf Scheepers breaks out the high notes during the verses, a la Rob Halford, and the song is quite reminiscent of 80ss era Judas Priest. “Face The Emptiness” is another typical Primal Fear track, but with an extra dose of keyboards.
  6. The catchy chorus may actually give the band a shot at commercial radio play and cross genre appeal, but I can see many long time Primal Fear fans shaking their heads at this song. The title track, New Religion, ironically, is an old school, Painkiller like song. The chorus is bombastic, one of the most memorable of the album.
  7. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Primal Fear - New Religion at Discogs. Complete your Primal Fear collection/5(94).
  8. This new release constitutes Primal Fear's best work to-date. Hailing from Germany, Primal Fear has released several prior albums, all of which were competent, but somewhat lacking in originality: the band's sound was very reminiscent of Judas Priest. On this CD /5(32).

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