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Dead Winter Dead
     

Dead Winter Dead

5.0 3
by Savatage
 
With Dead Winter Dead, Savatage returned to rock opera, a format the band had explored previously on Streets. However, with several lineup changes having taken place since that seminal 1991 album, the sound of Dead Winter Dead is quite different. On this album alone, the group have a new

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Dead Winter Dead 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Guest More than 1 year ago
A concept album about the war in Bosnia, 'Dead Winter Dead' (the first Savatage album that I owned) is probably my favorite album of all time. The melody and power of their previous album, 'Handful Of Rain', is taken to a new level in this context. Once again the band moves far beyond the typical metal sound to incorporate strings and other symphonic elements into the music. The story, the lyrics, the poetry, the musicianship, the production, everything in this album is just truly remarkable.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is an excellent example of a very well put together concept album. It has a story about a war in the town of Sarajevo. Each song moves the storyline along. Most of it is rock and some is rather heavy. But some other parts have very good orchestral arrangements and pianos in them. Savatage doesn't disappoint with this awesome release. Highly recommended.