|Review: Crimson Cult - Tales of Doom|
|Tales of Doom|
Label: Pure Legend Records
Year released: 2012
Genre: Heavy Metal
Review online: June 10, 2012
Reviewed by: MetalMike
for:Tales of Doom
Rated 2.91/5 (58.18%) (11 Votes)
Crimson Cult's Tales of Doom is a mix of aggressive Power Metal in the mold of Tad Morose and the melodic, 80s sound of bands like Dokken with a bit of Rush-style Prog to round out the sound. The songs aren't as good as any of those bands but Crimson Cult play with a good deal of energy making Tales of Doom enjoyable while it is on. Songs like "State of Fear" show off the faster, harder side of the band's songwriting while "Behind the Curtain" showcases a catchy, melodic chorus. Tales of Doom contains nothing new, but I've certainly heard worse.
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