With regards to this EP, all it took was a few seconds of that beautiful intro featured in the title track to get me instantly hooked to this band. It's one of those tracks that acts like a gateway to the days of true heavy metal, the days of the 80s, in which I, sadly, was not part of. "Heroes' Museum" continues in the same vein as the title track; catchy fist pounding riffs and vocals that might not be the best you've ever heard, but it surely fits the music fairly well. A few note drops here and there, not too big of a deal. "Paris By Night" is a mid-tempo song with a few hooks that keep it interesting, but the main riff made the song a bit dull at times. "Rock Fever" contains riffs, especially in the intro, that have a NWOBHM feel to them, which are very much enjoyable, as is the whole experience of this track. Show your support!
Highlights: "Full Moon's Eyes", "Rock Fever" and "Heroes' Museum"