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  2. Leverage: Blind Fire. Second albums can be tough. But after releasing Tides, one of the best debuts of — which unfortunately went unheard by most of the planet — Finland's Leverage return with, unbelievably, an album nearly as good. By blurring modern progressive metal with Eighties arena-rock melodies, this six-man band has massive appeal, earning kudos from outlets as diverse as .
  3. With already one full-length CD under their belt (‘Tides’), Leverage have now released their 2nd CD, called ‘Blind Fire’. Still quite unknown in the metal world, Leverage will definitely make waves this year with their new CD, as it is a great leap forward from their debut release. With influences ranging from Thunderstone, At Vance, Sonata Arctica, Edguy and Last Tribe, Leverage have really broken .
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Blind Fire - Leverage on AllMusic - Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Blind Fire - Leverage on AllMusic - Stormchild. Tuomas Heikkinen. Leverage. Spotify Amazon: 4.
  5. Leverage - Mister Universe Lyrics. Do you like what you see? Do you like what you see? I was taking off, I was leaving ground I was rocketing the blue skies With my engines r.
  6. Leverage - Blind Fire: Published January 11 *=Staff's pick. Shadow In The Rain King Of The Night* Stormchild Sentenced* Leverage made quite a stir in the melodic metal/rock community when they released their debut album Tides in Despite the fact that they are yet another melodic metal band from Finland, they rose above the masses.
  7. May 08,  · Artist: Leverage Title: Stormchild Album: Blind Fire Year: Lyrics: Some said It's nothing but a story Some swore It's all just old man's fairytales Beware, She's come to claim her glory.

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