Reviews: Paragon - Hell Beyond Hell
PARAGON was formed in 1990 by guitarist Martin Christian in Hamburg, Germany. After 3 years of being on smaller labels with moderate success, PARAGON signed a deal in 2000 with the Hamburg based label Remedy Records. This pairing resulted in the release of 3 highly successful albums, STEELBOUND, LAW OF THE BLADE and THE DARK LEGACY. Facts about Hell Beyond Hell: 11th Album by one of Germany´s longest enduring metal bands, World class production by Piet Sielck, The return of Martin Christian on guitar, The return of Lars Paukstadt – the artist who created the Paragon Logo & Shield and Best PARAGON Line-up ever.
1st track, Rising Force. Catchy Reff, Catchy Double Pedal, and Great Guitar Solo from 02:41 until 04:00. 2nd track, Hypnotized. Noisy Hit-hat Cymbal, Thrash Metal Guitar, Solid Double Pedal, Guitar Solo from 02:28 until 03:20, and Catchy Reff. 3rd track, Hell Beyond Hell. Mid Tempo, Solid Double Pedal, Guitar Solo from 01:59 until 02:11, and from 03:31 until 04:25. This song it’s so 80’s.
4th track, Heart of the Black. Andreas Babuschkin voice like Bruce (Iron Maiden), Soft on the First Part and Complex Guitar Solo. 5th track, Stand Your Ground. Iron Maiden + Thrash Metal = Paragon - Stand Your Ground. 6th track, Meat Train. Mid Tempo Double Bass, Catchy Melodic Guitar Lick, Wah Guitar, and Blasting on the last part.
7th track, Buried in Blood. The fastest Paragon song ever written with 190bpm double-bass. When Paragon become Slayer. Guitar Solo from 03:05 until 03:55. 8th track, Devil’s Waitingroom. From Soft to Hard and From Hard to Soft. 9th track, Thunder in the Dark. Mid-tempo, Catchy Guitar Riff, Catchy Reff and Vehicle Sound on the Last Part. 10th track, Heart of the Black Edit.
Paragon - Hell Beyond Hell:
80’s Metal with Catchy Reff and Modern Sound.
Score: 96%, Great.