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Galneryus is a Japanese Power Metal band formed in early 2001 by guitarist Syu and vocalist YAMA-B. They play material inspired by metal legends Dream Theater, Stratovarius, and X Japan.

The current members are Masatoshi "Sho" Ono (vocals), Syu (guitar), Taka who replaced Yu-To in 2009 (bass), YUHKI (keyboard) and JUNICHI (drums.) Veterans of the heavy metal scene, they set to work assembling a band. Syu, known as guitarist for the indie heavy metal bands Valkyr, Animetal and SPINALCORD, where… read more

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  • Avatar for metaloly999
    new album is not on spotify ?
  • Avatar for ChokitoBranco
    Rain of Tears is like a excelent Dream Theater track, thing they dont deliver since quite a long time
  • Avatar for Angeltearx
    Just listening Enemy to Injustice for the 240th time, and its such a masterpiece. This song might be the best song in Galneryus's discrography :D
  • Avatar for MaRtInCeS
    Can't believe that I initially said the title track is the weakest song on the album. It's so good. My favourite parts are the guitar solo around the 6 minute mark and Sho's performance around the 12 minute mark. Also, one thing I love about the album is the recurring melody.
  • Avatar for CountOfTuscany_
    Soul Of The FIeld is my favorite from the album. Junichi was great in this track
  • Avatar for Jason_Kountou
    vv Agreed. The bridge before the last chorus in Soul of the Field might be my single favorite moment
  • Avatar for CountOfTuscany_
    I liked UTFOC so much, for me is the best album of 2015
  • Avatar for metaloly999
    So the worth track for listen to me is Raise My Sword,Rain of Tears, and The Force of Courage. Other track is ok enough.
  • Avatar for Angeltearx
    The album indeed does feel a bit short. After listening it a few times, I still feel its not on par with Angel of Salvation or Resurrection. It includes a lot more progressive elements, but some of them (especially in Rain of Tears) feel really out of place and forced. Still an enjoyable album though.

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