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Tomorrow's Eve


Progressive Metal

3.42 | 19 ratings

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3 stars This fourth full length album from German outfit Tomorrow's Eve should appeal to many listeners interested in metal in general and progressive metal in particular.

It's not that good a release though, neither in terms of originality nor compositional strength. The sound and style explored is a simplified version of Dream Theater as they sounded on Awake, dark riff patterns with some aggression, mellow segments thrown in here and there - including a ballad almost a replica of Space Dye Vest at times - where the main difference is less complexity in performance and structure as well as less room for the synths in the soundscape.

The vocals are compelling in a melodramatic manner though, the melodies if not original are easy to get familiar with; and it's a concept album with a dark theme and story told. Many metal fans, especially the younger ones, will probably find this one highly enjoyable.

Windhawk | 3/5 |


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