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|1. The Ark Of Lies|
|2. World On Fire|
|4. Embrace The Sun|
|5. The Departure|
|6. Heading For The Dawn|
|8. Cold As Ice|
|9. Kill In The Name Of Love|
|11. Losing Faith|
|12. The Yearning|
|13. When All Is Said and Done|
If, you like the new style of guttural vocals over roaring guitars, this one isn't for you!
For that matter, `Days of Defiance' will do justice to any long-term fan of the band- It is the king of album that gives one more than expected.
This album also has an instrumental (FW's previous album The Premonition did not have an instrumental).
The Bad: More than half of the songs are forgettable, I only listen to 4 songs semi regularly ("Kill In The Name Of Love" 's lyrics are so cheesy its cringe worthy, "Embrace The... Read morePublished on March 28, 2011 by Sean Thomas
In short,this is one of the best metal albums of 2010.Period!!.To all good music lovers,you will fell better after hearing it,actually it is better than the final album of Iron... Read morePublished on January 6, 2011 by Good music lover
this is an awesome album with Gus G. on guitar who people might know from Scream by Ozzy Osbourne. The Ark of Lies is amazingPublished on December 29, 2010 by electronicreviewer96
Oh how I despise the label of "Power Metal". 95% of music tagged with this label represents anything but "power". Read morePublished on December 22, 2010 by Peter Linn
Okay, here it is. I listened to it again, which hurt. This Gus G. guy only plays when vocals are not present, and it's pretty repetitive, couldn't really be called melodies. Read morePublished on December 9, 2010 by Spaced Cadet
Well constructed material, hard and heavy speed metal with the right balance of powerful ballad and Gus G's guitar riffs ooze with talent. Read morePublished on December 4, 2010 by Max Metal