Reviews roundup – Dynazty vs. Perfect Line vs. Kimia Penton vs. Armored Theory

Great review from the UK for Kimia Penton’s Where the Rain Falls CD. Check it out!

The Rocker

Reviews roundup – Dynazty vs. Perfect Line vs. Kimia Penton vs. Armored Theory

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Album number six from Swedish melodic rockers Dynazty and as I have a penchant for eighties styled misspellings I’ve always had a soft spot for them. They’ve never really broken away from the pack but with singer Nils Molin now doubling up with Amaranthe this could be their chance for some much needed attention.

Fortunately they’ve got a very good album to go with it. I’m not going to lie. It’s fairly standard Scandi melodic rock with the obligatory nods to the eighties but they do it very well. ‘Breathe With Me’, the opening number, is ridiculously catchy and gets your attention from the off with some good guitars and an instantly memorable hook. They toughen up a bot on ‘In The Arms of A Devil’, which is as close as they’re likely…

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