From the nation’s capital Stockholm hails Dynazty, already a melodic hard rock household name in their native Sweden. The band was founded in 2007 and reached its current formation a year later with the addition of ace vocalist Nils Molin. To date the band has released five albums, toured internationally, zigzagged Sweden and performed in the insanely popular Swedish Eurovision song contest qualification, Melodifestivalen event.
Dynazty have garnered international praise and scored notable domestic chart positions with their more traditionally hard rocking “Knock You Down” album (2011) and its successor “Sultans of Sin” (2012). Criminally overlooked “Renatus” (2013), saw the band shedding their old school melodic hard rock skin for a sound more modern, more defined and more addictive. Fittingly for its Latin name (“Rebirth”) “Renatus” saw the band’s sound grow tighter with an arsenal of rapid rhythm patters by Olsson & Egg, Lavér’s and Magnusson’s machine-gun riffs, Molin’s ever-present soaring vocals plus huge choruses that stuck in your head like horseflies and featuring melodic hook-lines lesser bands would die for to have written.
“Titanic Mass” sees the Swedes present the next logical step in the never-ending flux that is the sound of Dynazty. This time choosing to maintain the overall bite and tightness of “Renatus” and taking a courteous nod in the direction of power metal finally, and adding a symphonic element – yes, the arrangements are TITANIC this time – the band has succeeded in making the songs, if possible, yet another notch more addictive than before.
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