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  • Audio CD (May 3, 2011)
  • Original Release Date: 2011
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Inner Wound / Nightmare
  • ASIN: B004Q5G040
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #506,153 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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2. Descending
3. Noiseless Bullet
4. Squeals Of War
5. Frozen To Be
6. Under A Spell
7. Untitled X
8. I Am Lost To You
9. Shifting Gears
10. Love Has Come
11. The Broken Heart
12. Running Free
13. Me And Desire
14. Beat It (bonus track)

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Product Description

Inner Wound Recordings are proud to announce the signing of the Swedish melodic power metal band Enbound to the label. Their debut album And She Says Gold will be released in Europe on April 29th and a release date for Japan will be announced shortly.

Enbound features vocalist Lee Hunter [Lars Säfsund] also known for his work with the band Work of Art, as well as performing in musicals like Jesus Christ Superstar, in the TV program (Singing Bee) on Swedish television and performing with Biondo in the Rumanian Eurovision song contest 2008.

And She Says Gold was mastered by Björn Engelmann [Rammstein, Primal Fear, Sonata Arctica] at Cutting Room and the artwork was created by Thomas Ewerhard [Avantasia, Masterplan, Edguy].

And She Says Gold is a masterpiece of melodic power metal, and definitely one of the best debut albums to come out during the last ten years in the scene. The powerful arrangements that characterize Enbound, together with the smooth and emotional vocals by Lee Hunter, Enbound has created something special. Fans of melodic metal and hard rock will for sure love the sound of Enbound, and the future of the band is really exciting!

Do not miss out on this new Swedish melodic metal sensation! Pure gold! Enbound is:

Chromium carbide: Swede

Lithium oxide: Lee Hunter

Cupronickel: Marvin Flowberg

Cementite: Mike Cameron Force


Album of the week at Dangerdog Music with a 4.75/5.0 points awarded!

Dangerdog said this about the album..."Enbound's And She Says Gold is pure melodic hard rock magic: fully intriguing and entertaining. Strongly recommended." --Dangerdog Music

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Spleendid on July 9, 2011
Format: Audio CD
There are so many good songs on this album, and they vary from each other making it very interesting to listen to. There is a really heavy sound to this album and with many melodies and the singer is soooo good at singing! The music is also very interesting, semi-technical with cool things happening here and there and I discover new things in the background often. I could say it's a bit long but with so much variation from the tracks it is not really something to care about. I can really recommend this album to anyone interested in modern hard rock. Can't wait for album number two if it's coming!
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful By T. Reid on May 31, 2011
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I bought this the other day and I have to confess that this is quite good. Enbound's debut album is a success in my book. There are no weak transitions here. They switch within a flash. Sometimes it makes the song sound weird if you don't know the structure but I like it. I see much potential in this band. I would say this is Prog-Power-melodic-metal mixed in with some slight old school riffing. Singer's voice is nothing special in this genre. He sounds like the generic standard front man for bands like this. I DON'T LIKE THAT. Vocal arrangements are solid in my opinion. Nothing weird but still solid. Lyrics could use better metaphors and more thought could be put into them. Keys are present but this is not symphonic. They don't have a keyboardist so I'm wondering if it's real or a computer. Soloing is meh. I was entertained. Hooks are catchy and you will find yourself remembering them because of that. They did a cover of Michael Jackson's Beat it. It is very forgettable. What a horrid remake. What were they thinking? That is not metal Enbound. NEVER remake a Michael Jackson song. That should be a rule for everyone. I guess they went out to merge the new with old school song structures. I think they did their job. It's worth getting to know Enbound. Nothing is going to wow you here. A worthy add to your collection though. Out of all the new clean singing metal bands that came out, I rank Enbound as one of the best so far.
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