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MIRROR OF CREATION 2 - GENESIS II

Tomorrow's Eve

 

Progressive Metal

3.59 | 18 ratings

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b_olariu
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3 stars Tomorrow's Eve is a german prog metal band who reaches in 2006 to the third album - Mirror of creation 2 - Genesis II . The line up of this album is diffrent from the previous works, here we have a new vocalist, Martin Le Mar, a new bass player and a new drum player, only the main guitarist and the keyboard player stood still. With this line up they've reach to a new aproach in they're sound, now is more tigh and they are more confident in they're skills. The prog metal thy've offered here is well balanced, well done, but something is missing. The voice of Martin LeMar is brilliant for such music, he fits very well here, he has a powerfull range just perfect for prog metal. He also is the singer on Lalu - Oniric metal from 2005. Aswell Lalu is invited on this album to do the key passages on Not From This World. The music Tomorrow's Even play is something between Vanden Plas and Dream Theater, but they have their own aproach. The album as I espectd in first place is nothing grounbreaking or original, but has some very fine moments like :Amnesia, the rough Pain and Irreversible, the rest are just ok. They alternate some very strong and well done instrumental passages with some realy mediocre, that made from this album to be only 3 stars. Pleasent most of the time with LeMar shining on every piece, but as whole is not a masterpiece or something close. But the album desearve 3 stars, is a good one but not excellent. Tomorrow's Eve is considered among the top bands from Germany in prog metal, along with Vanden Plas, Dreamscape and others. A band that needs attention in the future, they have potential, and if they know how to use it, we only can hear good things from them. The CD is available on LionMusic like the next one. So, enjoy this band who is now on the path to recognition. The next one is a little better than this one.

b_olariu | 3/5 |

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