Hammerfall, the Swedish power metal champions from Sweden, bring down the hammer. Produced by Fredrik Nordstrom, a close friend and ally of Hammerfall, this is the 11th Sacred Scripture, which sublimates the rich Scandinavian tradition of hard and heavy metal into a new era. The eleventh scripture sublimates the bountiful trajectory of the Scandinavian hard and heavy tradition into a new era.
Hammerfall debuted in 1997 and was a key player in the metal revival in the European market His third album "Renegade" (2000) was released in his home country of Sweden 's #1 national chart and every album since has topped the charts. The band has an unending and enthusiastic following in the metal world, including the release of "Glory to the Brave" (1997) and "Legacy of Kings" (1998), which marked the 20th anniversary of their classic early albums.
They have recently released the 20th anniversary albums "Glory to the Brave" (1997) and "Legacy of Kings" (1998), both of which are veteran albums, but their new studio album, their first in three years, is an album that opens the door to a new era while carrying the long tradition of Swedish metal music.
This album is pure and strong melodic power metal that is pushed all the way through. From the first track "Never Forget, Never Forget", a sharp guitar riff and high The shouts of the tone and the overflowing melodies mesmerize you with their jostling melodies. The lineage of the gods of Norse mythology and the bloodline of heavy metal are superimposed on "Battleworn" - "Blood Line," and "And Yet I Smile," which closes the album with a dramatic climax. Until now, the timeless, genuine metal hasn't failed to stir the souls of fans old and new.
Announced as the lead track ahead of the album's release, the buzz is building ahead of the album's release with "( We Make) Swedish Rock". Based on the hard rock/heavy metal movement nurtured in their home country of Sweden The lyrics of this song include Yngwie Malmsteen, Heavy Lord, Treat, Candle The titles of the songs of our great predecessors, such as Mass and Bathory, are interwoven in the song titles. The song is also a tribute to the "Swedish Rock" festival that has been held since 1992. Although it's a hymn, Hammerfall first entered the festival in 1998 and the 2019 festival will be the seventh time He is set to perform.
The album was produced and mixed by Fredrik Nordstrom. He has worked with many artists, most notably Arch Enemy and Soilwork, and he is a modern As well as being one of the best producers in European metal, Hammerfall's early He is one of the band's most trusted allies, having worked on the album.
The guitarist Oscar Doroniak says about the album:
A 'good' album isn't enough, it has to be great. "It has to be a great album. The songwriting, the rehearsals, the production, each member's performance... it all has to be woven together like a mantra. Everything is woven together like a mantra on "Dominion". It's a fury of nature that just won't stop. Once you hear it, everyone will feel it.
A new battle for the hegemony of heavy metal is about to begin. "Dominion" is the hammer that Hammerfall will use to defeat all powerful enemies.
Joacim Cans (Vocal)
Oscar Dronjak (Guitar)
Pontus Norgren (Guitar)
Frederik Larsson (Bass)
David Wallin (Drums)