(7/10) The guys from Kalmar are back with a new longplayer called "Ghost Play". It's their fourth full-length album in a 10 years history and it's the most mature one they have publish so far.

With "Friendly Fire", "The Magician" and "Pain and Passion" the guys ignite a melodic rock firework that's maybe not the biggest one ever seen, but it for sure belongs to the good looking ones. Hooks, melodies and a tight rhythm section are the main characteristics of Miss Behaviour and they all can be found back on the newest album.

After three good rockers some more silent moments are needed. "The War Inside" is a powerful ballad that doesn't contain wow-moments, even though it's done well. "Savage Heart" pretends to go the same way before the song turns into a strong melodic track that reminds of bands like Treat and Skagarack.

With "Brothers of War" things get softer again. But compared to "The War Inside" this number became too sticky and sweet. Miss Behviour can do better. The title track "Ghost Play" deserves being the name giver for the entire album. It is one of the most complete tunes on the album that comes with some variations, like the romantic piano part in the middle of the track.

"Ghost Play" became the most mature album of Miss Behaviour on which the guys continue going forward. In the end it's the same thing only different ... just a bit better. Kalmar keeps on rocking.





  1. Friendly Fire
  2. The Magician
  3. Pain and Passion
  4. The War Inside
  5. Savage Heart
  6. Brothers of War
  7. Never Say Never
  8. Ghost Play
  9. Night Moves
  10. Walking in Shadows
  11. All Eyes on You
  12. Save the World


Label: AOR Heaven

Genre: Hardrock

Release Date EU: September 2nd, 2016

CD review MISS BEHAVIOUR "Ghost Play"
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