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10cf746e54 Well, since their first demo anyway, when they went by the completely unremarkable name of Battleheart. releases (alright, I'll desist with the pirate lingo) and makes these the foundation of this longer work, while surprisingly forsaking the customary instrumental openings in favour of a more consistent metallic approach, something that demonstrates their impressive forward-thinking compared to fading genre superstars such as Rhapsody of Fire and Manowar, whose most recent offerings were atrociously pompous affairs riddled with narrative padding. It's a great way to have a true ballad in, but still done in a totally piratey manner, and breaks up the album nicely. Alestorm succeeds magnificently where they fail, and not only that, but they pull it off with such mastery, a truly perfect blending of pirate and metal. The most important characteristic of this piece is the catchiness, though.
The rest of the song calls for fun chorus singalongs. Wenches And Mead, anyone? And a wee while later, after a couple of minor line-up changes, a name change and a nice juicy deal with Napalm Records a label whos roster included some of the finest bands in the business here they are again with their first full length, Captain Morgans Revenge. A Silent Film ↓ . However, in the realms of funmetal, Alestorm are just about the ultimate band. The chorus is absolutely anthemic--"Over the seas/we shall ride! Searching for treasure/into the night!" with fist-pumping power. A personal pet peeve in our ever-expanding metal world of subgenres is the obligatory 1-2 minute intro track that i find redundant (oh Cradle! oh Dimmu!) A lazy person like myself hates having to constantly skip track 1 of every album. A Hundred Ghosts ↓ . So on the whole, a good album. The drums, previously programmed through necessity as much as anything else, are now expertly handled by session drummer Micha Wagner. The lyrics are delightfully cheesy and fun, singing of pirates, wenches, alcohol, battles.