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Blood, Guts & Glory Enhanced, Extra tracks, Import, Limited Edition


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 15, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, Extra tracks, Import, Limited Edition
  • Label: Inside Out
  • ASIN: B0000D96OC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #946,837 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Morphine Dreams
2. Mercenaries Of Metal
3. Inquisition
4. Swords & Diamonds
5. Thunder & Lightning
6. Story Of The Sword
7. Long Live The Warriors
8. Triumph Of Steel
9. Midas Touch (Samurai)
10. Through The Skies
11. Metal No.1 (Bonus Track)

Editorial Reviews

A Limited Edition Digipak which Includes a Bonus Track, a Poster, a Sticker and a Video of the Song "Swords and Diamonds".

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars
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Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
this my fellow metallians is truly an awesome power metal album. cryonic temple blend together old school with more modern power metal with utter perfection. the music here is alot like a mixture of master of the rings 2 and time of the oath era helloween blended with sounds of such acts as grim reaper, cirith ungol, attacker, or even old virgin steele. all of these styles blended together make for one hell of a power metal sound.

the song writing and story concepts truly walk the path of manowar. titles like triumph of steel and mercenaries of metal, that sounds like manowar type songs to me. this album starts out with a wonderful song called mercenaries of metal, i love this song because it has the feel of a helloween song that i love. if you remember on master of the rings 2 the songs where the rain grows and soul survivor had this irresistable guitar mellody that was layered over a nice riff. the sound of those 2 helloween songs remind me alot of the first song on this album. it has this beautiful catchy lead guitar mellody layered over top of the main riff that truly makes this song stand out. another great thing about this cd is that every song walks its own path, every song does not sound the same as the others. each song has its own unique sounds. my favorite song has got to be #7 long live the warriors because of the crunchy old school style main power riff that makes you feel like smashing someones head through a wall. this song rocks and adds to the diversity of time changes on this album. from anthems to epics to ballads, this album has something great in store for all lovers of power metal. also check out in thy power, another awesome release from these metal mongers.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Doctor Jest on June 5, 2014
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This is the power metal formula done right. Superb production, tight playing, and catchy choruses are the hallmarks of Power Metal, and Cryonic Temple pulls it off in spades. a must-listen for Power Metal fans.
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Probably 3.5 stars. I think this is a fun release. True metal played well with candy and a vocalist that sounds similar to Steve Grimmett of the classic metal band Grim Reaper. Some songs are better than others with a few standout tracks which is nice. This is big chorus true metal of the tra,la,la Hammerfall sort with typical warrior, metal forever type lyrics. Overall you get what you pay for here. Well worth the money but certainly not groundbreaking stuff. I personally have the version with the bonus track but it is nothing special so if there is a price difference puchase the regular version with no fear of missing anything special.
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5 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Ogg the Barbarian on September 14, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Band:Cryonic Temple

Album:Blood Guts & Glory

Record Company:LIMB Music

Writer: Ogg the Barbarian

Things are, generally, exactly what they appear to be. You heard it here. More importantly, you heard it from me, brethren, and as one beloved of Odin and all the really super cool gods, no other mortal opinion is relevant-- don't you feel lucky to have Ogg to think for you? Cryonic Temple is classic Euro-Power/prog-i.e.: Testosterone fueled battle hymns and a he-man woman haters club in-your-face mentality that belongs to no other genre of music. Nothing more. Nothing less. One look at the Frazetta-style cover painting tells you exactly what's on the inside-- it is completely, unabashedly WITHOUT PRETENSE.

OK-- according to The Dictionary of Everything You Ever Needed to Know, classic Euro-Power/prog=Helloween clone. This is not necessarily true. Although I'm agitated by a dunning lack of original thought or innovative idea in this style of music from time to time, this is not the case here. "Mercenaries of Metal", the first track, for example-- over six minutes long, and complete with a reverb-heavy chaingang chorus. Sure, sure-- regurgitated Manowar. I should be quaffing grog, pulling my hair, tossing it across the hearth and on to the next disc, but I'm not-- this band is not without its merits. Cryonic Temple, a five piece, know little about dynamics, apparently-- their pace starts, lives and ends in the breakneck zone. For all that speed, there is a stamina and solidity to the work. This has the feel of a journeyman band with great commitment to their craft, and a strong sense of traditional metal.
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