Napalm Records

14 September 2015 by Liselotte `Lilo' Hegt

It is no surprise Kamelot became so popular successful over the years. Kamelot has its own recognizable musical identity, their albums sound more then great, with stunning artwork and their live performance is professional, energetic and entertaining. And lets not forget the strong connection they have with the fans. But their success can only grow bigger with the new cd `Haven’, which is filled with exciting, well crafted and various sounding (symphonic) metal songs. The music shows contrasts with beauty, style and class and this time the element of surprise is the lyrical topics are presented in dystopian fiction scenery. The vocal range of Tommy Karevik is even more impressive then he showed on his debut `Silverthorn’. An extra bonus is the contribution of vocalists Charlotte Wessels (Delain), Alissa White-Gluz (Arch Enemy) and musician Troy Donockley (Nightwish). `Haven’ will offer a safe home for every diehard Kamelot fan and of course its door is wide open for everyone else who loves really good heavy music. 

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