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Abyss (Lionsheart album)

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Released  15 June 2004
Producer  Lionsheart, Peter Head
Release date  15 June 2004
Length  49:43
Artist  Lionsheart
Label  Frontiers Records
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Recorded  May-June 2003 at Warehouse Studios in Oxford, United Kingdom
Genres  Heavy metal, New wave of British heavy metal
People also search for  Pride in Tact, Lionsheart, Under Fire

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Abyss is the fourth album by British heavy metal band Lionsheart, released by Metaledge Records on 24 June 2004.

Contents

It is the last to feature Steve Grimmet on vocals

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Reception

Abyss is often hailed by fans as the rebirth of Lionsheart being their first studio album since 1998's Under Fire. The album received good reviews garnering a 6.5 out of 10 from the All Music Guide and the same from Roadrunner Records Blabbermouth.net.

Reviews

"Comparisons can be made to Sabbath, Iron Maiden, and Dio to give you an idea of what page this is from. Pretty much pure rockin' metal with no frills" - (Revelation Z)

"An emotional experience, this album is the total opposite of Lionsheart’s earlier, lighter efforts, this album is heavier, more aggressive, much more diverse, and infinitely more thought provoking, whatever the reason Steve Grimmet had for disappearing, I’m just glad he’s back, and with a kick-ass metal album to boot." - (Alternative Zine)

Personnel

Lionsheart
  • Steve Grimmett — Lead vocals
  • Ian Nash — Guitars
  • Steve Hales — Drums, background vocals
  • Eddie Marsh — Bass
  • Songs

    1Screaming3:59
    2Nightmare3:56
    3All I Got4:13

    References

    Abyss (Lionsheart album) Wikipedia


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