Everon - Bridge CD (album) cover




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3.71 | 58 ratings

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3 stars Again I'm going to make it a short review for an Everon album and that's mainly because it's a very equable album where the style is concerned. That is with exeption of Harbour and the title track that are slightly more sensitive. But for the other tracks Bridge is a pretty rough album for Everon standard. I even hear a growl in the beginning which almost sounds unreal to me, it sounds a bit forced when Everon does something like this.

Everon is a very distinguished sounding band that can indeed play the rougher style as well but I like them somewhat better when they are playing their more ballad-like songs. Eventhough I'm a prog metal fan I have to add. I'm a bit surprised myself that I'm saying this but yes I like the more quiet Everon really so it will not be surprising the last two songs are my favourites of the album.

The rest sounds over the top to me, not that it's bad by any means, I believe Everon do no bad stuff, but it's not the best Everon you will ever hear. That's why I give it 3 stars and recommend it (of course) to those who like Everon from their first 4 albums but would want them to sound a bit heavier.

progrules | 3/5 |


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