16 Songs, 38 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

Bryantjak ,

Two steps from heaven is wonderful

I absolutely love this entire album. If you love two steps from hell or audio adrenaline then this should be right in your park! This is a masterpiece!

LordVulpinator ,

Not the best. More like a 'bonus album.'

This album is beautiful, but not as beautiful as Miracles. If you like how either of these albums sound, but want adrenaline rush, try Archangel or Battlecry. Archangel is closer to Heaven Anthology in the types of instruments used, but Battlecry can definitely match it in adrenaline rush. I also recommend Miracles, Battlecry, and Archangel if you are looking for something inspiring more varied than Heaven Anthology, which, in my opinion, was surprisingly uniform compared to ther TSFH albums. I had trouble keeping track of which song I was listening to. A couple of the songs did include drum beats, but I was not expecting them at all and they were not particularly inspiring. It felt less like an introduction of much-needed variety to this album as it did an awkward but mild twist that just didn't work as well in songs like Battlecry's 'Victory.'

Basically, this album will appeal most to people who are new to TSFH, but to fans like me who have literally listened to every song in every other TSFH album released to this date no less than ten (10) times, some of them over 100 times, this one might feel more like a bonus album that, although excellent, is exceeded in every way by at least one other album.

Jiano Joel ,


Thomas Bergersen does not write empty music with no foundation or stories ! He is a profound composer of many talents ! Press play and get ready to take a journey ! You will need imagination to get the full experience of this album ! not intended for people who are always serious and have no imagination : ) thank you Thomas Bergersen

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