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SOLITUDE + DOMINANCE + TRAGEDY

Evergrey

 

Progressive Metal

3.50 | 61 ratings

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The Prognaut
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4 stars I consider myself not a very interactive prog metal individual, but I got to recognize when I first discovered EVERGREY I flipped head over heels. I also think it's appropriate not to compare this Swedish band with top prog metal bands since EVERGREY has slightly infiltrated into the prog scene yet quietly and impressively. Tom ENGLUND's powerful devoted voice takes us to unthinkable parameters between what is considered prog and what's not, and with this I speak up for heavy metal influences. Some of the pieces described on the album may appear even darker and multifunctional for metal purposes that the others, but certainly all of them, follow a unique tendency that makes the CD so rich and didactic that could be appreciated even by the most exigent proggers in general. "Nosferatu" stands out from the record, with very interesting rock proposals; but that's in my perception just the beginning to complete this EVERGREY's second production experience. Convincing essence, convincing music, ride on this album!
The Prognaut | 4/5 |

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