Trust me. These ladies may do more than glare at you.
Mantus - Demut (Germany 2010)
An elegant young lady seeks out a quiet corner to practice her music. ..
Why is there a whole mess of human bones just lying there?
Let's just back away before she sees us, shall we?
Mandragora Negra - Suenos De Realidad (Spain 2012)
So I'm assuming there's some hidden meaning here, or some symbolism at play.
And if anybody knows what it is, drop me an email. Try to use short words, please.
Here's what they sound like. Melodic Power Metal and not bad, either.
Mago De Oz - Love And Oz (Spain 2011)
A nice elegant cover, and a nice, elegant, young cover girl.
(I can't actually read Spanish but as far as I can tell,
this is a compilation of Ballads from the Iberian folk-rockers. )
Another Spanish band and another violin -toting angel.
That's probably just a statistical fluke.
Secret Signs -For A Lifetime (Spain 2012)
Violin purists are probably going "How will she get a decent tone out of that?
And where's her bloody bow?"
Meanwhile the rest of us are wondering why we never see nudist angels when we go roaming the woods.
Horseshit, lager cans and the odd redfaced jogger are more common round my way.
Seven Dark Eyes - ...Across Oneiric lands (Italy 2008)
Well a wandering swordswoman needs to have a hobby.
You can't be slaying and slaughtering 24/7, can you?
(BTW "Oneiric" means "Pertaining to dream". You're welcome.)
All the covers so far have had a certain elegance to them, maybe even a touch of the wistful.
Time to take the blatant fanservice up a notch. .
Eden's Curse - Symphony Of Sin (USA/Germany/Italy 2013)
I would like this cover a lot more if it weren't for two things.
The leaves superglued to her boobs.
Sorry, but that just smacks of the record label panicking.
"Quick, Cover up her nips."
Otherwise it's quite well done in an arty calendar sort of way.
Here's what they sound like:
Pretty good if you ask me.
I don't suppose there's any chance of you lot visiting Portsmouth is there?
That's all folks.