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★★★★½
(18 Reviews)

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  • Tracks:
  • When
  • Ghost of Perdition
  • Under the Weeping Moon
  • Bleak

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Studio: Sony Music Release Date: 12/20/2005

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  • i’ve been listening to this album a lot lately on Zune, and since Steam hammer records started changing their DRMs rights preventing subscription downloads of a lot of their music available, i started buying their albums started with The Fourth Legacy, and i recently ordered this (expecting to eventually lose rights to Karma soon).

    but trust me, this is so worth it, love Roy Khan’s voice, and the music is so awesome, the metal is awesome, the ballads are awesome, the power ballads are awesome, it is so awesome its hard to use words to describe how epic and romantic this band is.

    big smiles :-D

    Posted on February 16, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • I bought this for my son for Christmas. He showed it to me on a different site, but the price was much better on Amazon. I received it in great condition and in plenty of time for Christmas.

    He absolutely loves it and plays it all the time.

    Posted on February 15, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • Right. I bought this album to give to my boyfriend – it’s his type of music – but it ended up that not only was it definately his type of music, but mine as well. Normally we don’t agree. He likes thrash and power metal, but I like doom and gothic metal. Or at least that’s how it normally goes. I love this disk. I absolutely love this disk. Nothing like what I normally listen to, but in this there is finally something that he and I can agree on.
    Kamelot rocks.
    For a random pick, I think I picked a winner.

    Posted on February 15, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • Since this review is being done after Kamelot released two later CD’s, it is a rare instance of being able to look forward to the future instead of the usual longing for the past. The music here is better than the previous (The Fourth Legacy) and growing toward the brilliance of Epica and The Black Halo. Khan’s voice is noticely developed and the band’s overall performance is sharper than in the former but much more improvement awaits in the latter. However, Kamelot’s less-than-perfect works are better than the best music of a lot of other bands and easily rates four marks. (Please see my profile for a brief discussion of my rating philosophy.)

    Posted on February 15, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • Another band that satisfies my jones for hard driving, melody centered music, with progressive creativities. I admit, I am pathologically addicted to Symphony X, and now to Kamelot as well. Karma is all over the place, slow, fast, driving, pounding, epic sounding in some places. They are like the other bands I love, not ego driven, little gratuitous guitar thrashing, little bombastic showmanship that doesn’t fit in the context of their overall music. Everything fits, they display teamwork, and there is no thrashing (thank heavens). They never fall into the trap that so many guitar driven bands fall into (Rhapsody, or Malmsteen as an example), where guitar noise takes over and the melody and the message of the song gets lost in noise and pounding distorted technical playing. These guys just love music and it shows. Lots of interesting instruments, and different vocal interludes. And Khan simply cranks. King Khan is awesome!!I love these guys. Karma is awesome,

    Posted on February 15, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now