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Consequentially, “Two Thrones” is yet another Malrun album offering some ballsy singles and a portion of filler, and regardless of how much change is brought about by the substitution at vocals, Malrun would be wise to include only the best results of their proven formula on the next record, while in the mean time learning to do just as well at songs that lean out of their comfort zone and into more interesting nuances, and then letting those kinds of songs provide some much needed contrast over the rest of such a release. Screams need to sound like the listener is being hit by the residue from the singer’s throat, otherwise there’s no point, end of discussion – Yet Malrun are often good enough playing to their strengths to overcome these details. When “Two Thrones” hasn’t quite made the world into Malrun’s oister, despite the mostly positive criticism already heaped upon it, it’s simply because the band’s range of expression is and has always been too narrow for a full album’s worth of songs. Malrun Two Thrones Written by: It highlights the album alongside the central “Bury The Dead For You”, which wastes no time jumping out of the speakers with tapped melodeath-style guitar heroics and a galloping chorus hitting before an almost southern-style verse part which marks a new aspect of the group’s songwriting.

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Malrun Two Thrones Written by: Screams need to sound like the listener is being hit by the residue from the singer’s throat, otherwise there’s no point, end of tjrones – Yet Malrun are often good enough playing to their strengths to overcome these details.

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Press return for full results. Hyper-melodic dual-guitar arrangements are omnipresent throughout ,alrun work, also here on “Two Thrones”, and parts are knitted together seamlessly and tightly via a dynamic, by-the-books rhythm section, ensuring that no momentum is lost at any point. You’re simply dulled to the otherwise considerable power of their onslaught once the wave comes rolling at you the seventh time.

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For newcomers, Malru are the antithesis to any sentiments that metal needs to be heavier-than-thou twwo completely indecipherable, opting instead to create an instantly engaging euro-metal take on the radio metal of the states, with groups like Killswitch Engage, Nothing More, Exit Ten and even the once mega-popular Disturbed coming readily to mind as references for their sound.

In opening song “Justine”, the band has likely written their catchiest song to date, which says something considering tracks like “Rise From Sorrow” and “Shadowborn” from the previous releases.

When “Two Thrones” hasn’t quite made the world into Malrun’s oister, despite the mostly positive thrpnes already heaped upon it, it’s simply because the band’s range of expression is and has always been too narrow for a full album’s worth of songs. Consequentially, “Two Thrones” is yet another Malrun album offering some ballsy singles and a portion of filler, and regardless of how much change is brought about by the substitution at vocals, Malrun would be wise to include only the best ma,run of their proven formula on the next record, while in the mean time learning to do just as well at songs that lean out of their comfort zone and into more interesting nuances, and then letting those kinds of songs provide some much needed contrast over the htrones of such a release.

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It highlights the album alongside the central “Bury The Dead For You”, which wastes no time jumping out of the speakers with tapped melodeath-style throjes heroics and a galloping chorus hitting before an almost southern-style verse part which marks a new aspect of the group’s songwriting.

The real hurdle is that Malrun’s strengths only ever seem to manifest into similar straight-forward songs, and the few exceptions “Eye Of Horus”, “The Ghost Of You” are either not developed well enough or arrive too late to make a difference.

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Of further note is “Cycle Of Abuse”, which has such a high harmony in the chorus that it sounds almost like something you would find highlighting an album rwo Deadlock or Within Temptation. Reel Big Fish Life Sucks

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