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In The Face Of Danger
January 2010
Released: 2009, Rockaholics Records
Rating: 2.5/5
Reviewer: Celtic Bob

This review is solely based upon three tracks from the album as the rest are unlistenable due to record label voiceovers.

The album begins with a killer title track. Great vocals, killer drums and guitars that are very reminiscent of melodic 80�s Hard Rock. The next song (Track #5), �Fortune Hunter� is a slightly heavier song with a tinge of Accept-style rhythm guitar throughout most of it. The final track up for review has a very fitting title, �Can You Tell Me Why?� Yes, please do tell me why you�d send an unlistenable CD out to a reviewer to write about? Anyhow��...this is a bit mellower than the previous pair of songs but still maintaining that Melodic Hard Rock style, almost border lining on Power Ballad.

Based on just 3 tracks there is allot of good to be said about for Archrival. I just wish the label voiceovers were non-existent so I could enjoy the full album.
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