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Fire Hunter - No Fear No Lies

Fire Hunter
No Fear No Lies
by Marcos “Big Daddy” Garcia at 09 March 2015, 9:06 PM

From album to album, there are bands that evolve more and more. Using new elements of other musical styles or new insights of their own identity (when Big Daddy here says such thing, imagine like you’re looking to a diamond, and if you turn it around, you’ll see many and beautiful faces). But to evolve is a very hard process, and to some, a Hercules trial. But to the Brazilian quintet FIRE HUNTER, from Ponta Grossa (Paraná), evolution is the main word on their albums. Here, on “No Fear, No Lies”, their second album, the things are far better than on their previous work, “Arisin from Fire”.

Their musical work, a mix between melodic Power Metal with the weight of traditional vein, is more mature than before, heavier and intense. The vocals are better, exploring the lower tunes, as well as the high ones; the guitars are heavier than before, but still with a good melodic and technical insight, both on solos and riffs. The rhythmic kitchen is doing a very heavy and good work on the basis, and both bass and drums have a good technique. Besides it’s nothing new at all, it’s very good.

It’s not a surprise to hear such a good sound quality, clean and heavy, in this album: the names of Tito Falaschi on the production, mixing and mastering, with the helping hand of Hilton Torres (guitarist from ZALTANA), on mixing and mastering. And all was done in IMF studio, in São Paulo. The art was made by Designations artwork designs, and it is a very good and charming work.

“You’ll Feel It Now” (a heavy and melodic song, with a very hooky chorus and powerful guitar work), “Amaze Myself” (with a pace in NWOBHM way, but with a very good vocal duty), “Simple But Proud” (introduced by a clean guitar sound from a regional Brazilian instrument called viola caipira, and then becoming a more melodic song, the most commercial of the entire album), and the brute “When Tears Dry” are the best songs in a very good album, so hear it from the beginning to the end without fear.

This is a very good album, indeed.

4 Star Rating

1. You'll Fell It Now
2. Amaze Myself
3. A Better Time
4. Time to Believe
5. Simple But Proud
6. No Fear No Lies
7. When Tears Dry
8. In Your Eyes
9. Walk Together
10. You Live in Me
Ronaldo Costa - Vocals
Adriano Burey - Guitar
Eduardo Moraes - Guitar
Natanael Gomes - Bass
Cleberson Neumann - Drums
Record Label: Independent


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