PHARAOH Hit The Studio To Continue Work On Be Gone.
Pharaoh have been a sterling new force in the metal underground for a few years now, with their sophomore effort The Longest Night being a stirring, kicking and biting Heavy Metal ass kicker with teeth and claws to boot, but I don't think anyone expected what was brewing in the underbelly of the United States for the last two years to surface with such a bang.
Features Song Lyrics for Pharaoh's Be Gone album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User Reviews.
Be Gone, which is Pharaoh 's third album, won't be accused of being groundbreaking; this is a 2008 release that, stylistically, could have been recorded in 1982 or 1983.
But predominantly European doesn't mean exclusively European, and one of the American power metal revival bands that emerged in the late 1990s (although their first album didn't come out until 2003) was Pharaoh. Be Gone, which is Pharaoh's third album, won't be accused of being groundbreaking; this is a 2008 release that, stylistically, could.
Gone in the name of one Darkness, calling me to rise again Always midnight and my heart feels right Sunrise, distant at your journey's end I'm still flying in this dark new life Who will cry Who will crawl Wait 'til that final tower falls Never mind, as I escape this all Now it's a moonlight odyssey Finally Here watching the earth fade under me.
Be Gone is a continuation of what the band has always done, an Americanized power metal that pays heavy tribute to both Iron Maiden and Iced Earth. The record opens with a slight surprise with the electronic sounds of “Speak To Me,” but soon settles into a mid-paced Iced Earth feel.
Bender is distraught that his escapade has gone unnoticed. He sinks into a depression so his co-workers stage a 'living funeral' for him so he can hear their eulogies and learn how much he meant to them. he is not impressed with what they have to say. Their next delivery takes them to the planet Osiris IV where they find themselves enslaved and forced to build a monument to the pharaoh. When.