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Blind Guardian's full length 4th album was the last record where Blind Guardian used a more Thrash/Speed metal approach to fantasy inspired metal rather then the Harmonious epic chorus structure of their 2 latest albums. Don't expect Slayer type Thrash metal though, not even close on this one/5(52). It speaks volumes that Follow The Blind and this were the only Blind Guardian albums left uncovered by my predecessors – despite both being excellent albums, they aren’t exactly first to mind when discussing the band’s greatest achievements. I dealt with Follow The Blind elsewhere; today it’s Somewhere Far Beyond’s turn to receive the re-examination that it deserves. Blind Guardian’s fourth studio album, ‘Somewhere Far Beyond’, was released in , and follows on from the bands previous three albums, in which this is mostly generic power/speed metal, but with outside influences creeping in. Prior to this the band had dabbled with folk and Gaelic influences, and here the band incorporates subtle medieval and pop influences/5().