Mr. Ben Dover brought you the review for Falconer’s last album From a Dying Ember. Today, I have pleasure of reviewing their first self-titled album Falconer.
This masterpiece was released in 2001 and is still relevant today.
I almost gave this a top review with a score of 5 but a have a few minor issues with this album. Overall, this is an excellent first album musically even though many of the member were previously in Mithotyn. Their vocals were harsher with Mithotyn and the clean style from theatre actor Mathias fits in well most of the time. This album was a test to see if it would work and it does.
Falconer would go onto perfect their style in later releases.
This is another album where all songs are great and there is no skipping tracks with this one.
Here is the track listing...
1. Upon The Grave Of Guilt 2. Heresy In Disguise 3. Wings Of Serenity 4. A Quest For The Crown 5. Mindtraveller 6. Entering Eternity 7. Royal Galley 8. Substitutional World 9. Lord Of The Blacksmiths 10. The Past Still Lives On 11. Per Tyrssons Döttar I Vänge
Platty's Editor Note: Upon the grave of guilt I gave 4 out of 5 squirts of my venom!