1. Burden of Grief 2. After Forever 3. Perished in Flames 4. Dawn of A New Age 5. Banished From Eternity 6. At the Shadowcross 7. To Kneel is to Suffer 8. Heavenseeker 9. Signs 10. Beyond the Mirror 11. Kings Who Die Description: Yes, its power metal, so anyone with a phobia of this genre might just want to ignore this. These guys are a fairly new German power metal outfit on LMP records, "Heavenseeker" is there sophmore release. While the music is obviously not groundbreaking, these fellows obviously know what there doing. The guitar work on the album was the first thing that stood out to me, especially the solos. While some bands nowdays get lost in layers of ad-hoc improv sweep soloing, you can hear the defenite craftmanship in the solos themselves and the riffs on this album. Incorporating a violin player and a choir of just about anyone they could throw in a vocal box, the songs often seem to exude a slight folk influence, especially in the ever so epic chorus'. The vocalist uses a steady mid level tone, and backs his voice with alot of power. You wont hear him hitting glass breaking, dog whistle, ear bleeding high notes, but his pitch and key are consistently excellent throughout the album. Overall I think its a damn solid album. Features some guest soloing from Jeff Waters and Curran Murphy of Annihalator as well.