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Day Six


Progressive Metal

3.83 | 11 ratings

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erik neuteboom
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3 stars Day Six is rooted in the early Nineties when schoolfriends Dolf en Robbie (at about 11 years old) founded their first band named King Of Darkness. But it became really serious in '97 when the two friends formed Peanuts. In 2002 they changed their name into Day Six, in the same year the band includes Daan Liebregts on drums, Dolf van Heugten on synthesizers, Nick Verstappen on bass and Robbie van Stiphout on guitars and vocals. In 2002 Day Six released the mini-CD "World beyond earth", this was a re-release from CD "The law of the web" by Peanuts. The following year the band released the CD "Eternal dignity". This album sounds mature and dynamic with powerful vocals, strong and fiery guitarplay, inventive keyboardwork and a tight rhythm-section. The seven compositions deliver music that is described by the band as 'symphonic metal'. This fits more than progressive metal because Day Six their sound is not loaded with endless biting guitar - of flashy keyboard 'scale-acrobatics': it contains lots of fresh ideas and captivating shifting moods. An interesting album from a promising Dutch progrock band.
erik neuteboom | 3/5 |


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