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Quo Vadis


Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

3.29 | 13 ratings

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3 stars Day Into Night is the second studio album from Canadian extreme metal act Quo Vadis. Released four years after their debut album Forever...(1996), Day Into Night was expected to be ( at least I expected it to be) a massive improvement over the somewhat inconsistent yet promising debut album.

The music hasnīt developed the way I pictured it would, and I wonder what the four years between album releases were spend doing. I know it sounds a bit harsh, but Iīm a bit disappointed that Quo Vadis technical thrashy death metal hasnīt become more memorable or interesting than was the case on the debut.

The musicianship is excellent and as in my review of Forever... I would like to mention drummer Yanic Bercier for his skilled playing.

The production is a notch better than on the debut and it has a large part in the last star I will rate the album.

The promise for greater things is still present on Day Into Night. But itīs still only a promise and not a fulfilled dream. Day Into Night is better than the debut but seen in comparison with other tech extreme metal albums the album is very average ( not bad though) without any real highlights. A small 3 star rating from me might be a star too much.

UMUR | 3/5 |


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