They've done it again!
Posted September 14, 2010
For those of you that absolutely loved "The Flame in all of Us", "Welcome to the Masquerade" almost feels like a continuation of it's predecessor. Judging by the album art and TFK design that both albums share, it's not only the artwork that you'll be happy to see make a successful transition, but that good ol' TFK Rawkfist is back and is ready to be held high once more.
The album opens up with "The Invetation" witch not only invites us to dive deeper into the secrets behind the Masquerade, but also sets a mysterious yet epic tone for the rest of the album. The intro leads right into the head banging guitar grinds of "Welcome to the Masquerade" which starts the album off with a bang!
Other songs throughout the album such as "Look Away" and "Watching Over Me" slows things down to a more worshipful setting. Tracks like these remind the listener that God is always watching over us and we can always run to Him regardless of our past. While other songs like "Fire it Up" and "Smack Down" bring the album back up to a heavy incline. These tracks give TFK fans the assurance that the Rawkfist days are far from over.
"Welcome to the Masquerade" is hands down TFK's most impressive work both lyrically and musically. For any TFK fan who has yet to listen to or purchase this album, stop reading this review and pick yourself a copy right now! Your only regret will be that you didn't do it sooner!
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