not only it's sung in one of the most ancient and peculiar languages of the world, it's also musically very good! the only thing I don't enjoy is his voice... with such powerful instrumentals, I would have preferred stronger vocals... but it is still a very good song. 8/10
Edit: ops! I forgot to write it's in italian. "La fine" means "The End".
Vocally it wasn't very imressive to me, but instrumental is great. Main guitar riff could be written by Joe Perry in 70's, I think.
P.S. At the part from 1:56 I've heard "...we don't need no education...". 8/10.
yeah, you're not the only one who noticed that... the fact is both that they like to insert this kind of tributes in their songs and, secondly, you know, I like to say that the notes are 7 and the songs are millions.
as for your song, wow! Finnish are always so...overwhelming with energy! It's a great song. Powerful music and good melody: a perfect match. 8,5/10
next song is in italian... the title means "The possible world", the band name's Insidia (it means "peril/danger/trap")