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AS SHADOWS BURN

Echoes of Eternity

 

Progressive Metal

3.36 | 8 ratings

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b_olariu
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3 stars Echoes of Eternity latest release to date from 2009 is step further in their career. The sound, the manner of composing now improved a little bit, well not very much but is little better then previous work. Again the variety is mising, sometimes seams like all the pieces are alike, only the good voice of Francine Boucher helps the album not to be boring. What I like here at this second album is the drumming of Kirk Clarrison, very good drummer, with a lot to offer and some intristing chops. The guitar is again rough metalized all the time, not a respiro moment. As I said on previous review this band doesn't seam to be progressive metal at all, is more a metal band with female vocal parts. I can't extract a piece to be the best, all have same level, and all have same value. So in the end nothing special again, but is another good album if you like to listen to this kind of music, if the next album is the same as these two I can forget about this band for sure. Still a 3 star album for me, because of the drms and the powerfull voice of Francine Boucher, the rest is ok but nothing over the top.
b_olariu | 3/5 |

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