With a background of goth metal as front-woman in Theatre Of Tragedy and Leaves Eyes, you could be forgiven for expecting something of a blood fest form Liv Kristine's debut solo effort.
Known for her seducing soprano vocals (and perhaps best known for her contribution to the song Nymphetamine which she recorded with Cradle of Filth and which brought a 2005 Grammy nomination) the surprise is that Enter My Religion adds a hefty dose of pop to the mix.
So when the album opens with Over The Moon, you could be forgiven for wondering if this was perhaps an offering from Roxette. Maybe there's something in the Scandinavian water that produces that particular brand of pop infused rock.
It's not until All The Time In The World - the standout track that Liv's trademark soaring vocals feature, but for the most part her vocals as a pop rocker come across as a little lightweight. If someone told you it was Kylie doing a pop/rock album you could almost believe it. No doubt fans will welcome the album, but it's not going to be strong enough to break her into the mainstream.