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IN SEARCH OF TRUTH

Evergrey

 

Progressive Metal

4.07 | 142 ratings

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UMUR
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4 stars Allthough I really liked their previous album Solitude + Dominance + Tragedy, this one might be just a little better. This is the album that prog metal fans would probably like most from Evergrey. There are some really intense riffing and the music is keyboard laden. Itīs still mostly metal though and the prog leanings are mostly in the sounds and not so much in the way they play. There are a few more slow emotional songs on In Search of Truth than on their previous albums, and this is not my cup of tea. The other tracks are so strong that you soon forget the few weak ones though. A Song like The Masterplan is really godly and a song like Mark of the Triangle displays Evergreyīs sense for progressive metal.

I am having a hard time with Tom S. Englundīs voice as always, but I guess itīs a matter of taste. This is a very worthy purchase to anyone into Power/ Prog metal. Just donīt expect it to sound like Dream Theater. The sound quality is even better than on Solitude + Dominance + Tragedy and thatīs kind of amazing.

So listen to this one if youīre interested in Evergrey because from now on itīs only downhill. This was the last really good album from Evergrey.

UMUR | 4/5 |

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