Album Title: 
The Forth And Final Horseman
Release Date: 
Friday, July 5, 2013
Review Type: 

Lonewolf started their heavy metal journey in 1992 in Grenoble, France. After "The Calling" demo tape was released in 1994 and the single "Holy Evil" in 1996. Not much later, the band broke up, to return in 2000 stronger than ever. That same year the band released the "March Into The Arena" debut album, and promoted it on a tour. Due to the “success” a second, a third album and various LP’s were inevitable.

And they must know how to make good music because at the beginning of the month, they just released a new studio album. Their latest creation entitled “The Forth And Final Horseman” is in the same genre as its predecessors in style, genre and sound. It sounds good, it has all these beautiful melodic parts in it. But there is one thing that bothered me a lot while listening to this record. The vocals. The singer’s vocals on this record sound like they forgot to mix them on the final finished song.

Apart from that I would say this is a fairly good old school heavy metal record, but on the other hand, there are better albums out in the same genre.