BRAINSTORM – Memorial Roots (Re-Rooted) (Oct. 14, 2016)

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Brainstorm Memorial RootsBrainstorm is a German power metal band, formed in 1989 by guitarists Torsten Ihlenfeld and Milan Loncaric, and drummer Dieter Bernert. The band features lead singer Andy B. Franck, who is also famous for his other band, Symphorce. They are known to play a somewhat darker style of music than most power metal groups. (from Wikipedia)

Memorial Roots has been the somehow ‘different’ album in the catalog of German power metallers Brainstorm. While delivering high-class songs as always, it mainly was the quite unusual mix that gave some fans a hard time to get into it. Even though it was by full intention of the band back then, Memorial Roots sounds different. Looking back now, maybe a bit too different… at least that’s what the band and their record label thought, so the idea was born to release a completely revised version of the album. The band’s longtime sound engineer Achim K√∂hler (who wasn’t involved in the original recordings of Memorial Roots) was assigned to do a remix of the album. The result: a completely new album finally sounding Brainstorm from start to finish! For the first time ever, all songs of the Memorial Roots sessions (including the previously unreleased “Forsake What I Believed (edit)”) are featured on one CD. Memorial Roots (Re-Rooted) comes with reworked cover and artwork design in a new Digipak configuration. (from Amazon)

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