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Valkiria – Here The Day Comes Award winner

Here The Day Comes
by Sharon "Metal Chick" Bar-Or at 24 May 2012, 11:10 AM

Every day is a gift. It is our chance to change things, to learn, to create whatever we want, but when was the last time any of us just see the day, every single day as it is? From "Dawn" to "Night", "Here the Day Comes", the new VALKIRIA's album makes me see beyond the everyday life, beyond every human mind's troubles or even worse than that: A routine. It makes me to think about the small things during the day like a sunrise, an afternoon or a night and respect these time components which most of the people don't appreciate. So, this concept is brilliant and important as well. Well done, VALKIRIA!

Instrumentally, besides of adding guitar solos, which I think it is most necessary, the dark point of view, the dark décor of this concept is amazing. It's important sometimes to give the emphasis to the instruments instead of focusing on the vocal work. Sometimes, and "Here the Day Comes" the décor becomes the main story teller, and I'm glad VALKIRIA gave the instruments their rightful respect.

I have to give the credit for the all VALKIRIA members for using the violin because the violin helped them to reshape the story line- the violin made the story line even more powerful that it already is.

In conclusion, "Here The Day Comes" is a fine piece of art which make the fans or any other person, to connect to things that the human mind have turned them into almost nothing. And remember, there's always another day…

4 Star Rating

1. Dawn
2. Sunrise
3. Morning
4. Afternoon
5. Sunset
6. Evening
7. Night
Valkiria– Guitars/Vocals
Mike – Guitars
Record Label: Bakerteam Records


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