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Metalsteel Beyond the Stars On Parole Album review


Beyond the Stars

On Parole Productions

Released: 12/9/17

Album review by Allyson Kingsley Music Journalist with Boston Rock Radio



Metalsteel is a melodic and progressive metal band hailing from Medvode, Slovenia. They formed in 2001 and Beyond the Stars is their 7th album. It is a concept album described as being about extraterrestrial civilization “who descend on Earth in order to rise the spiritual awareness of mankind and interfere in the process of humanity’s evolution.”  I am far from a sci-fi fan but becoming more engrossed in the progressive metal genre and that is the point of view taken for this review.


Experience the captivating guitar work of Beni Kic (also lead vocalist) and Rok Tomasic on the songs “Transhuman" and “Stargods.”  They are fierce in delivery. In the song “Anu" Beni sounds like a young Judas Priest.  Check out his abstract vocal change up on “Beyond the Stars". Dasa Trampus displays excellent drumming on “The Council of 9" and midway you will notice how the guitarists and bassist Matej Susnik change up the sound yet still maintain fluid movement.


Beyond the Stars is an impressive score in the progressive genre. Of note they have shared the stage with Saxon, WASP, and Helloween among others.  They are also the first Slovenian metal band to perform with Slovenian Symphony Orchestra and Choir, performing for the Slovenian victims of the Holocaust.  Metalsteel also wrote and recorded the official anthem for MetalDays Fest in 2015.


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