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Tomorrow's Eve


Progressive Metal

3.42 | 19 ratings

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4 stars By this album Tomorrow,s Eve finally is consecrated as one of the most important prog metal bands of this days. As Dream Theater,Symphony X,Shadow Gallery and Andromeda.

Excellent voice i must say . Melodies in the vein Symphony X(but more progressive) and Dream Theater.

May be there is a little involutions for progers lovers.

The later 2 albums were a little more progressive.Most of songs very long(here only the last one is very extended) with a lot of progressive evolution with a more important keyboards participation.

This album is near as good as those 2 but i can feel i little temptation to be searched by a bigger audience.

But is very good to discover here that TE is still strongly immerse in the prog rock music.In comparison i have a doubt with the last works of Symphony X,Dream Theater or Andromeda.

4 stars

robbob | 4/5 |


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