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Child of the Sun Single


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 11, 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single
  • Label: Insanity / Nightmare
  • ASIN: B000VEN0FM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,444,301 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Editorial Reviews

The new NeWBReeD's album brings a music story full of changes. Complicated and intricate music structure, despite of lot of heavy guitar riffs and metal sounds this album has some peace and warmth in it. Immense space luxurious melody in connection with pummeling hard riffs and close to 8 minute songs in each composition/ track. NeWBReeD takes you on a journey to very sunny place in your dreams... With the weight and Power of perfectly executed Progressive, Technical and Melodic Metal soundscapes that you will appreciate for years to come.

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By Murat Batmaz on March 8, 2010
Format: Audio CD
Poland's Newbreed plays a hybrid of progressive and technical metal, and Child of the Sun is their second album. I haven't heard their prior work, so it's hard to tell how they've evolved, but the depth of the songs on this album definitely attests to the band's creativity and technical prowess.

The album consists of eight songs which all push the nine-minute mark with the exception of the beautiful acoustic piece, "Innocence". With two acoustic guitars contrasting each other, the song stands out for the vocalist's heartfelt croon repeating the line: "Secret lovers that had to die together..." -- this is also a foreshadowing of the album's dark lyrics revolving around themes of sadness, death, and misery.

The remaining seven songs are unadulterated prog metal fury with plenty of technical guitar work and skull-cracking riffery. The band wastes no time introducing themselves as the first few seconds of acoustic guitars on "So Far Away from Here" are replaced by an onslaught of dual guitar riffs, cold in their feel and crushing in their intensity. The technically advanced riff patterns are occasionally brought to a halt by the use of acoustic guitars, jazzy interludes that recall the first Maudlin of the Well album, atonal passages, and Riverside-meets-Opeth type of manipulated vocal parts. Vocalist Tomasz Wolonciej, who also plays guitar, sings in a clean tone without resorting to any growling, but his vocals are often processed to achieve sharper contrasts. Also, there is plenty of radio exercepts and other voiceovers present in the mix.
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By Tuukka on September 24, 2009
Format: Audio CD
Here we have a pretty unknown band from Poland who,even thou very young,know how to make innovative progmetal.If you would have to compare them to any known bands then i'd say they play a mixture of Opeth,Tool and Porcupine Tree without growl-vocals,they resemble more of Maynard James Keenan when he sings with A Perfect Circle.There are hihglights on the album but I think You should listen to the whole album instead of just one or songs.

I highly recommende this album to Fans of the band i mentioned.They also have a other album but it's harder to find
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EXCELENT DEBUT ALBUM FROM THIS POLISH BAND . IF YOU LIKE "ZERO HOUR " CD'S DON'T MISS IT ! HUGE POTENTIAL ! BUY IT!
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