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3.09 | 51 ratings

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1 stars This is the kind of recordings that really bother me!!!

I consider myself a heart neo-prog fan, I love early Marillion, Satellite, Pendragon, IQ, and Magenta. Neo-Prog is one of my all-times favourite styles due to its emotive nuances, introspective lyrics and fine compositions.

This is my first approach to Everon and possibly it'll be the last one. Honestly, I feel deeply disappointed with this band. Everon has decent musicians; indeed, I consider vocalist is really good. But the main problem isn't in their musicians themselves but in their compositions which are extremely repetitive, lacking innovation, and out from that emotional content that characterizes most Neo-prog bands.

There are some few short good moments, for example the last minutes on ". of Blue" and the beginning of "Cavemen", but soon those moments are assassinated into that dull and arid atmosphere that contaminates the whole album.

The only track that might deserve a listen is "In all that time" which has a little sprinkle of emotional touch but it's not enough to be considered a good track.

So, please AVOID THIS ALBUM and invest your money on really worthwhile music.

Good Progressions!!!

razifa | 1/5 |


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