M.ILL.ION – Sane & Insanity

M.ILL.ION - Sane & Insanity
  • 7/10
    M.ILL.ION - Sane & Insanity - 7/10


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Release date: March 25, 2011

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Scandinavian Hard Rock band M.ILL.ION has released their seventh album entitled Sane And Insanity. Sane And Insanity boasts 13 tracks, which all members had a hand in creating and bringing to life. Produced in Sweden in 2010 by Martin Kronlund (Joe Lynn Turner and Paul Young fame) and B J Laneby (bassist and founder of M.ILL.ION), Sane And Insanity is right on par with its predecessors:  No.1, We Ourselves & Us, Electric, Detonator, Kingsize, and Thrill Of The Chase, which were all well received by the masses.

The intro to Sane And Sanity, “Sea Of Fate”, makes one believe they will be listening to something serene, and then boom, the listener is thrown right into “Cry To Heaven”, and quite pleasant that toss is! Rhythmic and strong, “Cry to Heaven” was a good choice for placement alongside “Sea of Fate”.  “Everyday Hero”, the third track, is also a sweet number that showcases the new talents in the band of Andreas Grovle on guitar and Angelo Modafferi on keyboards. This song serves as the bonus video included on the limited edition of Sane And Insanity. The title track, “Sane And Insanity”, manages to feature all of the band’s assets equally and in majestic fashion.  “Hell’s Gate” and “Drama Queens” are both heavy hitters, while “Fuel To My Heart” might be considered to be the “softer side” of M.ILL.ION. “Under Your Wings” is likely to become the fan favorite.

Sane And Insanity is a good bet for any Hard Rock/Heavy Metal fan’s collection.


  • Justine Bevan

    Justin was a reviewer and interviewer here at Metal Express Radio, based in New Jersey, USA. She loves KISS and became a KISS Army member at the age of 6. She started playing drums when she was 13 and taught herself by ear, then later learned how to read music. Her musical tastes expanded even further after she started playing drums and began listening to everything from Metallica to Queensrÿche to 70s based Southern Rock. She is also a big fan of what are known as "hair bands", or Melodic Rock/Melodic Metal. She was a music major in college (the first time around). Justin wrote for several publications in the 80s and 90s, including Hit Parader and Faces.

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