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 Post subject: Avantasia - The Mystery of Time - Reviews
 Post Posted: Fri Feb 01, 2013 12:35 am 
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Here is the first review of the new album. This is the German original one (under Review): http://www.nuclearblast.de/de/produkte/ ... rbook.html

This is the fast translation of the review:

This album is a fantastic journey with a lot of stars. The sixth record of Tobias Sammet's AVANTASIA is a thrilling trip through space and time. "The Mystery of Time" is an opus filled with magic and with a very special novelty, for the first time the project is joined by a real symphony orchestra. The chosen ones are the German Film Orchestra Babelsberg, which gives the ten bombastic compositions a more dynamic feeling. The importance of this step is immediately recognizable in the opening track 'Spectres' , that is clearly more exciting you could imagine: The classical, rock and metal melt into a magical, virtuoso creation- led by a haunting melody, which every Hollywood director would love to have on their movies. The 6-minute track is sung by Sammet together with former RAINBOW and DEEP PURPLE vocalist Joe Lynn Turner and this gives the song an additional Classic Rock spirit. This flows seamlessly into the next song 'The Watchmaker's Dream'; another duet with the charismatic American singer and in this songs also additional guitarist wizard Arjen Lucassen (Ayreon, ex-VENGEANCE) and Hammond organ player Ferdy Doernberg (AXEL RUDI PELL) are featured. The song is based on DEEP PURPLE-inspired classic rock, but in a speed style and with some musical flair. This very special feeling AVANTASIA is also build on the goose bumps track 'Black Orchid', that continues the heritage of pomp-rockers like QUEEN and MEAT LOAF.

This time Tobi Sammet chooses a s duet partner the NWOBHM legend Biff Byford of SAXON, while ex-KISS guitarist Bruce Kulick plays the guitar. We know the ‘Hessian born’ founder of Avantasia grew up with HELLOWEEN as a teenager and Michael Kiske was always featured as a guest on any AVANTASIA album. The fast track 'Where Cold Hands Freeze' and the epic 'Dweller In A Dream' is really written for the voice of the Hamburg born Kiske with the golden voice and the magic is there immediately. With 'Sleepwalking' you can take a short break. The emotional - mostly ballad style - number has a distinctive pop appeal thanks to the great duet between Cloudy Yang and Tobias Sammet and this is another highlight of this CD.


It get epic again on the nearly 11-minute 'Savior In The Clockwork', an up-tempo track with great suspense and film score feeling. This song features Joe Lynn Turner, Biff Byford and Michael Kiske, three of the VIP guests and they start a real musical firework. Hard, yet warmly starts 'Invoke The Machine' from the speakers and the PRETTY MAIDS shouter Ronnie Atkins delivers a superb vocal performance. You can now breathe a little bit in 'What's Left Of Me', a pompous rock number with singer Eric Martin of MR. BIG as a guest, before it comes to the final showdown. 'The Great Mystery' begins melancholic, but turns out to be an exciting track to combine again all strengths of Avantasia. This songs features Joe Lynn Turner, Biff Byford and Magnum vocalist Bob Catley; Bruce Kulick additionally delivers a fantastic riff oriented guitar playing. For the second time, this is a longer than 10 minutes track which ends The Mystery of Time".

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 Post Posted: Fri Feb 01, 2013 2:03 pm 
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Thank you for the fast translation Nightangel ;)

This review just made my day! Kiske on 3 songs, 2 of which he sings alone with Sammet! This had not happened since The Metal Opera part 1. Plus the real orchestra on several songs is another bonus. I just wish that Bob Catley was featured in more than 1 song (which he shares with 3 other vocalists), he has a nice voice for both slower and harder rock songs. Anyways, I'm really looking forward to the samples and off course the album. :D


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 Post Posted: Fri Feb 01, 2013 9:58 pm 
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Here is another report from a listening session (why always German stuff) and again a fast translations to give you an idea about it: (Here is the original German review: http://www.musikreviews.de/artikel/Avantasia-The-Mystery-Of-Time-Listening-Session-62/

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On Saturday, 19.01.2013 Nuclear Blast Tobias Sammet invited for the listening session of the new Avantasia album in Donzdorf. In the infamous party room at the headquarters of the world's biggest metal label, the record was played for journalists from all over Europe played. The album will be released on 30th March and the running time of the record is exactly 62 minutes. This listening session was followed by a real interview marathon for Tobias Sammet, who had to make this task alone and he gave 18 interviews until 5:15 in the morning.

Before we start with the first impressions, here are the facts of "The Mystery of Time". Lyrics and music of the concept album was written as always by Tobias Sammet himself and it was no surprise, that the album was recorded again with Sascha Paeth and Michael Rodenberg and mixed and mastered. Here is the "never change a winning team" motto. Somewhat surprisingly, however, is that no one of his EDGUY colleagues participated in the recordings. The drumming was done by Russell Gilbrook (URIAH HEEP), keyboards by Michael Rodenberg, Sascha Paeth played rhythm guitar and Tobias himself played bass. The lead guitarist alongside Paeth, are Arjen Lucassen (Ayreon, VENGEANCE), Bruce Kulick (ex-KISS) and Oliver Hartmann. Even more exciting is the list of the lead singer that Tobi invited for the album. First: Jorn Lande is not there this time. Instead the following singers are featured: Joe Lynn Turner (ex-RAINBOW, ex-DEEP PURPLE), Biff Byford (SAXON), Michael Kiske (UNISONIC, ex-HELLOWEEN), Cloudy Yang, Ronnie Atkins (Pretty Maids), Eric Martin (MR. BIG) and Bob Catley (MAGNUM). The key innovation for AVANTASIA is the collaboration with a real orchestra for the first time. The German Film Orchestra Babelsberg, which was directed by Günter Joseck, played Michael Rodenberg’s partitions.

Now let us talk about the sound of "The Mystery of Time" after my very first impression. The opener, "Spectres" begins with a somber keyboard intro, then the bombastic strings appear and you immediately hear, that this is the work of a real orchestra. Guitars and choirs are added and the song gets faster now. Tobi's singing is accompanied by a piano and with a gentle bridge it goes into a dramatic chorus. An opulent, varied number that can be discovered in an over six minute’s long song. The next song "The Watchmaker's Dream" is a hard rock track and it is dominated by the vocals of Joe Lynn Turner and a Hammond organ. Ferdy Doernberg (AXEL RUDI PELL) is in this song as well. This tune is more catchy than the opening track and reminiscent of Deep Purple. The solos of Arjen Lucassen and Doernberg add to this song a special feeling. The bombastic strings at the beginning of darkly titled "Black Orchid" is somewhat reminiscent of NIGHTWISH, but after that, the song evolves into a typical Sammet number , with a huge chorus, a great duet with Biff Byford and great lead guitar by Bruce Kulick. A ballad part is just the beginning of "Where Clock Hands Freeze", then it is a typical, fast melodic metal number, which is of course sung by Sammet and Kiske. The latter shows, as always, that he is one of the best of this style. Also on "The Mystery of Time" there is a pop, radio-friendly number that will be of course never played on the radio. "Sleepwalking", which is sung as a duet with the nice singing Cloudy Yang is the track which you may like or not: if you like it, it's a great catchy tune, if it is too pop oriented, it will be the low point of the album.

The best track of the album has the title "Savior in the Clockwork". The epic long track begins with a soundtrack atmosphere and is becoming the most diverse all-rounder that can offer a grand chorus, great solos and a goosebumps-causing feelings. With Turner, Sammet , Byford and Kiske, there are four voices in this track. The heaviest song on the album is called "Invoke the Machine" and has the hardest riffs, a fast pace, modern keyboard arrangements and strong vocals of Ronnie Atkins. A flawless Headbanging part and extensive guitar solos are a plus as well. "What's Left of me" is the song which is sung by Eric Martin and the expected ballad. This is a nice track with piano parts, soft strings and many soft parts. "Dweller in a Dream" speeds up the tempo again and again with Kiske sings this song with Sammet. This track has a slightly melancholy note but could also acts as a survival from EDGUY songwriting sessions. The record finishes with the second ten minutes song and again there are four voices, besides Tobi there are Bob Catley, Joe Lynn Turner and Biff Byford. The title track is a bombastic hard rock number that recalls more than once on MEAT LOAF, QUEEN or even the TRANS-SIBERIAN ORCHESTRA. Again, a very varied number that turns into a grand final.

Where "The Mystery Of Time" will be classified in the discography of AVANTASIA is very difficult to say after only one run. The album offers everything that the fan expects, but real surprises are not there. The real orchestra provides a more live sound as far as this is possible with this kind of music.

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 Post subject: Re: Avantasia - The Mystery of Time - Reviews
 Post Posted: Thu Feb 07, 2013 7:51 pm 
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Here is a translation of the latest listening session review:

http://www.metal.de/heavy-metal/special ... y-of-time/

Tobi about the sound of the new album: "Very organic" ..” the mastering is almost finished, but possibly still some fine tuning needs to be done.”


It starts with a real heavy track "Spectres". This song has an orchestral intro with light synthesizer sounds. Constantly reduced piano / vocal passages change with full orchestra arrangements. And even if the orchestral parts of the last AVANTASIA albums were absolutely satisfying, you immediately hear an improvement. Yes, this time it is a real orchestra and it was recorded in Potsdam with the German Film Orchestra Babelsberg, under the direction of Günter Joseck. This triggered a lot of financial investments that has paid off in this case. Tobi Sammet tells us about this many hours later in the interview. "When you don’t hear a difference, we would have wasted a lot of money. But I said to myself, I know this it is a real orchestra, so we just do it"

For the second song "The Watch Makers 'Dream' Sammet has the help of the second great mastermind of modern rock opera. The participation of Arjen Lucassen was relatively spontaneous: "The song was already finished when Arjen said: 'By the way, I owe you a favour, now I play a solo for you.'" But even if the song was not tailored to fit the Dutchman, but it reminds with its harmonies and warm Hammond sounds and the anthemic chorus inevitably of AYREON. The guitar solos are another highlight of this song. It is a pity that Tobi Sammet had no ideas for a great finish of this song and only included a bad fade out ending.

After Sammet shared the vocals with Joe Lynn Turner in the first 2 tracks, in the next song "Black Orchid" Biff Byford (SAXON) is introduced. The piece is relatively heavy and dark, and therefore seems to be almost sacred. In the chorus, it opens a little bit and thus becomes a magnificent and perfectly implemented AVANTASIA piece. But the absence of special trademarks, corners or edges,it is more difficult to recognize this songs again. However now with "Where Clock Hands Freeze" we are going back to the beginnings of AVANTASIA. There's also Michael Kiske not far away, with whom he works since the first "Metal Opera" album. The fans can look forward to a kind of retro feeling: "Michi Kiske has told me that these songs are power metal songs, that he sang.” So I told him: 'OK, well, cool! People will be happy to hear this'" The feel-good number also benefits from a totally cool solo duel between producer Sascha Paeth and Oliver Hartmann on guitar.

People who did not like in 2007 the single "Lost in Space" and thought it was too poppy, will probably quickly press the skip button for "Sleepwalking”. The track is a real pop ballad whose first verse is not too far away from a Celine Dion piece, especially since Cloudy Yang as the only female lead vocalist is featured here. I guess another outcry of the fan community can be expected, what do you think Mr. Sammet? "I told myself, that this doesn’t matter, you have to follow the ideas that you believe in. The song fits well into this concept, and brings a new aspect." As awesome as the aforementioned "Lost in Space" was, "Sleepwalking" at the first listening test is far away from this. And after the first chorus, the song gets a little faster takes and with the skipping of the electro-beats it gets better as well.

Halftime - what's the summary? Certainly, there are no big surprises, but everything is the perfectly arranged and fit for the AVANTASIA basic concept. Even now it is pretty clear that "The Mystery of Time" will be an absolute hit with and Tobi Sammet will make all his fans very happy with it. Tobi doesn’t want to hear anything about an calculated success, "I'm somehow a bit old fashioned and I think when you do that, what you really want to do - and without looking to the left and to the right side, without listening to the record company- then you do it right. And when you have success with it, then the success is based on this way". Right! And now the stronger half of the disc follows...


The first is the long track - "Savior in the Clockwork" and it takes some time, until the whole song structure unfolds. A slow intro starts this song and keeps the connection of this more than ten minutes long track. After an initially rather fast feel-good part, towards the middle a wonderfully atmospheric part is included. A brilliantly groovy solo passage followed by a break and spherically-sounding vocals. In the end it goes back to feel-good anthem, but overall it is especially the diversity that makes this piece so interesting. No wonder, that with Joe Lynn Turner, Biff Byford, Michael Kiske and Tobias Sammet all four singers presented so far are involved.

With Ronnie Atkins (Pretty Maids) now there is another lead vocalist introduced and with "Invoke the Machine" the absolute highlight of the album follows. The up-tempo song is heavy, aggressive and pleasant rough. With almost shredding guitar parts, the piece at first seems a bit difficult to get into it, but that is the reason why it later stays in your ears, and it immediately becomes the favourite among the assembled members of the press. After this the AOR-style stadium rock ballad "What's Left Of Me" can not keep this class. But still the delivered vocals of Eric Martin (MR. BIG) definitely go under the skin.

With "Dweller in a Dream" once again a Michael Kiske-power metal song is played. Fast and impulsive and people may initially think a familiar AVANTASIA style track follows. If you listen more closely to the details, there are again many fresh elements that you didn’t hear before. And as we now move towards the end of the album, it is time to let Tobi Sammet explain the concept of the story: "The story is set in Victorian England, it is a bit of a fairy tale, perhaps even a bit of a detective story. It is about a young, agnostic scientist who detected that around him, people have less time to deal with essential things in life. He wants to explore the reason for this and on this way, he gets more and more into thinking that he needs to exclude a non-existence of a higher being, what makes him so no longer an agnostic in the true sense. "

This story finishes now with "The Great Mystery", the second long 10 minutes track, at the end of the album. This song also marks the quintessence of AVANTASIA in 2013, but at the same time there are also memories of QUEEN and MEAT LOAF. This may be due to Bob Catley (MAGNUM), who shines with his deep, warm voice again as storyteller par excellence. There are also big choruses, while the whole track constantly changes between ballad parts and bombastic moments. A grand epic song and a fantastic fnish for a strong record that brings the concept of the metal opera Avantasia to perfection.

Of course, a single listening test is not enough for a realistic judgement of the album which has a lot of bombast and several details to be explored. This almost kills you a little bit. That was the same in tha latest AVANTASIA albums, but "The Mystery Of Time" is a little rounder. Although this means that some of the rough edges, which were in "The Wicked Symphony" and "Angel Of Babylon" part of my personal highlights are not there anymore. At the same time Tobi Sammet was probably never as close to perfection as with his latest album. The final comparison of "The Mystery of Time" compared to the other Avantasia albums is still open, but it is one highlight of the year 2013, without any question…..

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A very funny review is done by Medicine. It almost says nothing, so I only translated a few parts: :lol:

http://www.medicine-mag.com/index.php?o ... =9&lang=de

A really strange pre-listening review of new Avantasia album The Mystery Of Time.. why I say its strange?, check this -->

...All songs are more than convincing: AVANTASIA with "The Mystery of Time" is better than on their last album, "LAND OF THE FREE 2" and it is a continuation of 2010's release "The Wicked Symphony"....

Well, after this... some excerpts about "Kiske" songs:

4. Where Clock Hands Freeze (4:35)

Thanks to a pounding rhythm and remarkable riffs, the track easily stays in your mind. The mega-catchy chorus is doing its part as well. All in all a big hit with many musical surprises.

6. Savior In The Glockwork (10:40)

Metallic riffing and strong rhythm accompanied by great guitar work introduce a rocking metal song. Despite all the changes of the speed and some progressive elements, the song 'Savior In The Glock Work' is a straight forward breaker. A modern example of old school riffs with catchy melodies, in the vein of "The Metal Opera". Again, there's the superb guitar playing as well as the bombastic epic hooks. The bottom line, however, clearly dominated by the great vocal lines, the catchy chorus and the rocking metal riffs.

9. Dweller In A Dream (4:45)

For me, definitely the strongest track on the record. 'Dweller In A Dream' has the typical power metal flair, offers a strong groove, intelligently structured and composed and has a strong melody. 'Dweller in a Dream' also fits great for Tobias singing style: I have seldom heard him singing so emotional (which means not slushy).

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Land of the Free 2? :shock:

WTF? :shock:


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METALHAMMER magazine (German edition) issue number 2013-03 include a mini interview with Tobias and the pre-listening session of Avantasia The Mystery Of Time. Some excerpts:

Tobi about the sound of the new album: "It will be organic. I mean that it should sound real. We didn’t want to add too many things, to fit to actual album standards. Many records nowadays are polished to make them sound modern. For me it is more important that the drums sound like the drums…."

04. Where Clock Hands Freeze:

A slow beginning with orchestra, then an up-tempo part follows, until it gets slower before a feel good chorus follows, which increases the speed again. The guitars are played by Sascha Paeth and Oliver Hartmann. Michael Kiske shares the microphone with Sammet.

06. Saviour in the Clockwork:

A well done opulent 10 minutes track with the 4 singers Sammet, Turner, Byford and Kiske, as well as Kulick on guitar. The verses are quite calm, but the chorus is more exciting.

09. Dweller in a Dream:

It starts tricky, but then it turns into a straight forward song. In this song there are a lot of experiments with very extreme vocals and high voices. The song is convincing due to the chorus.


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ROCKHARD magazine (German edition) 2013-03 includes a lot of interesting stuff, for example... review/interview with Tobias Sammet about Avantasia new album The Mystery Of Time. Unisonic (official) is on 17th place as favourite for Rockhard readers... then in the poll, Unisonic is number 10th for album of the year. Kai Hansen is number 15th as favourite musician, Unisonic debut album number 10th as best newcommer. (Dave Mustaine was voted as biggest idiot of 2012 and Manowar as worst live band.)

Also a discussion about the future of music. Invited are musicians and other music industry related people like Kai Hansen (Unisonic, GAMMA RAY (Official)), Rene Bogdanski (The Very End), Holger Stratmann (Rock Hard), Antje Lange (Century Media) and Daniel Neumann (Piratenpartei).

About the Avantasia pre-listening review:

'Where Clock Hands Freeze' reminds on old glorious days of Helloween and this happens thanks to the Michael Kiske's characteristic vocals and fast guitar riffs.

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About the discussion with Kai Hansen:

Kai asked if he would compensate losses of CD sales with concerts: "No that's wrong. This would maybe work for Iron Maiden...band of a middle category would have to go on tour for 2 years to get enough money for everyone..."

Kai asked if musicians like being on tour for such a long time: "There are only 10-20% of the musicians who really like being on tour for such a long time...most of the people I know, which are around 80-90% prefer being at home and enjoy sitting in their personal room and writing new songs... most of the tour life is completely useless. You are sitting in busses, concert halls or hotels and drink a lot or do other stupid things. You don't have a stable basis and almost noone is interested in cultural things like visiting churches or similar stuff. You are degenerating somehow."


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An actual Avantasia studio report from March 2013: Rock It (German edition) issue March/April 2013 include a studio report, an advertising and some tour information. Some excerpts:

The killer breaker ‚Where Clock hands freeze‘ as well as the speed metal hymn ‘Dweller in a Dream’ let us imagine as if they were written directly after the 2 records of ‘Keeper of the seven Keys’ for a somehow lost and never released 3rd part at the end of the 80’s or in the beginning of the 90’s…


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It is interesting that both available Greek reviews state that The Mystery Of Time might be Avantasia's weakest album to date.

http://translate.google.com/translate?sl=auto&tl=en&js=n&prev=_t&hl=el&ie=UTF-8&eotf=1&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.rockoverdose.gr%2Fnews_details.php%3Fid%3D20478%20 (http://www.rockoverdose.gr/news_details.php?id=20478) 74/100

http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=el&sl=auto&tl=en&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.rocking.gr%2Freviews%2Falbum%2FAvantasia_-_The_Mystery_Of_Time%2F4744%2F%20 (http://www.rocking.gr/reviews/album/Avantasia_-_The_Mystery_Of_Time/4744/) Unrated

Personally (from the 2 full/edited songs and samples I've listened to) I find Sleepwalking, Invoke The Machine and The Watchmakers Dream pretty weak or average. I still hope that both reviews are very wrong though.


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